Healthcare solution providers partner to bring plug-and-play data sharing technology
for improved data quality and interoperability
Carmel, IN (June 5, 2017) – Clinical Architecture, the leading provider of healthcare terminology management solutions, and openAirWare (oAW), a health IT connectivity solutions provider, have partnered to enable more sophisticated data sharing through advanced integration tooling.
oAW’s innovative plug-and-play technology captures patient information from standard clinical information exchange formats like HL7, CCD/CDA, and FHIR, and readies that data for use in Clinical Architecture’s Advanced Clinical Awareness Suite for inferencing. This unique toolset allows EHRs, HIE’s, and CDR’s, capable of generating these formats, to quickly and easily take advantage of the Advanced Clinical Awareness Suite to improve patient care. The Advanced Clinical Awareness Suite, a module within the Symedical terminology management platform, normalizes and analyzes disparate patient data and evaluates that data against dynamic data-driven rules to enable providers to better assess patient conditions, target at-risk populations, mitigate risks, lower costs, and ultimately deliver improved outcomes.
“We are excited, through the work we are doing with openAirware, to be able to provide a turnkey solution that provides immediate benefit to our customers without adding to the already full plates of their development teams”, said Charlie Harp, Clinical Architecture Chief Executive Officer. “Being able to ingest patient information from messaging formats already in use in the industry for the interoperable exchange of clinical information about a patient eases the implementation burden for healthcare organizations who want to use the Advanced Clinical Awareness Suite to provide their clinicians with access to unparalleled insights at the point of care.”
The ability to accept industry standard messaging allows clinical and administrative information to quickly be turned into high-fidelity coded data that can be leveraged by organizations to help meet a variety of Meaningful Use, MACRA, eCQM and Pay-for-Performance measures.
“Organizations now have a hub to plug in to that makes their clinical data and workflows instantly more useful and actionable,” notes Mark Brown, CEO of openAirWare. “Because this solution applies standard medical terminology against episodic information, customers have quick access to clinical data they can use for improved data sharing and better outcomes for their patients.”