Corepoint Integration Engine has been the top-rated integration engine by KLAS Research for the past nine years in a row. Visit the Corepoint Health booth at the Texas Regional HIMSS Conference to learn more.

April 25, 2018 – Dallas, Texas – Corepoint Health, a provider of enterprise healthcare interoperability software solutions, will demonstrate the latest release of Corepoint Integration Engine at the 2018 Texas Regional HIMSS Conference, April 26-27, in Dallas.

Conference attendees can view the latest version of Corepoint Integration Engine at the Corepoint Health booth in the exhibit hall.

The new release of the software includes a modernized Monitor, innovative Batch Processing technology, enhanced FTP and File functionality, and support for Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server 2016 releases.

The new user interface for the Monitor is designed around modern HTML5 technology. It includes intuitive navigation, rich color presentation, modern charting technologies, and lays the foundation for continued feature expansion.

The new Batch Processing technology allows the engine to scale to meet the needs of extremely large batch files with ease. New Action List operators have also been introduced into the product so that once the batch file is streamed into the engine, the operators provide the ability to process the file.

Read more about version 7.0 of Corepoint Integration Engine.

About Corepoint Health

Corepoint Health delivers a simplified approach to internal and external health data integration and exchange for hospitals, radiology centers, laboratories, and clinics. Our software solutions help health care providers achieve interoperability goals that create operational leverage within their care organization. Corepoint Integration Engine was named the #1 interface engine for nine consecutive years in the Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services report. Follow Corepoint Health on Twitter @CorepointHealth.

 

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Contact: Chad Johnson at 214-618-7028 | Email: chad.johnson@corepointhealth.com

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