Integration Engines: Conquering Interoperability Challenges

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“We are in what I would consider a challenging environment due to the rapid change in healthcare and the pace at which our organization is conducting mergers and acquisitions”  

– Heidi Rozmiarek, UnityPoint’s assistant director of development.

Current State of Interoperability
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Hospitals are making significant strides towards achieving their interoperability goals despite a growing list of complex challenges. Increased mergers and acquisitions along with demands for greater integration between internal applications and external partners, makes the integration engine one of the most critical resources used by hospitals today.

This white paper offers perspectives from hospitals across the United States on how integration engines are being used Integration Engines: Conquering Interoperability Challenges Thumbnailto conquer the challenges associated with interoperability.

Download the report to find out how leading hospitals conquering interoperability challenges.

 

Meet the Participants:

Matt Fleming, Director of HIE at Baptist HealthMatt Fleming

“The new engine is more intuitive, has a graphical-based configuration and is easier to set up and troubleshoot issues. Now when there is an issue, even the junior members of our group can resolve it.”

Director of HIE
Baptist Health

 

Michelle Brown, Epic Data Integration Director at Providence Health & ServicesMichelle Brown

“We went from red to being green in two weeks because of what you can actually program in Corepoint. We can build interfaces very quickly and we do not need developers to do it.”
Epic Data Integration Director
Providence Health & Services

 

David Chou, Chief Information Officer at the University of MississippiDavid Chou

“The way I view the integration engine, it is just as critical as our enterprise EHR – the glue that holds everything together.”

Chief Information Officer
University of Mississippi

 

Luke Dufrene

“Our operators are not sitting there watching the screen for changes. They get alerts so they can do other tasks they were not previously able to do.”

Director of Business Information Systems
Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOL)

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