The Emissary Platform
Emissary makes health data liquid. Lets you innovate brilliantly. Implement effortlessly. Deliver value swiftly. And scale confidently. It allows data to work for you.
Integration at the speed of innovation.
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The Sansoro Health team alleviated the need to have a dedicated internal resource to set up the point-to-point integration. Their team was highly responsive to our unique requests and demonstrated a great deal of initiative to anticipate and resolve potential issues.
– Larissa Mason, Director of Consulting Services
“We saw immediate improvements since partnering with Sansoro Health. At the first health system install, Sansoro Health completely eliminated 200 hours of implementation time. That’s a huge cost savings to remove the labor hours and eliminate interface and maintenance fees.”
– Adam Klass, CTO, VigiLanz
We spent a year of due diligence evaluating inoperability solutions. Sansoro Health by far had the only approach for API data exchange. It’s a game changer for us in terms of data liquidity.
– Matt Cunningham, EVP, eviCore healthcare
Shifting from HL7 to APIs allows us to be more nimble and efficient in implementation, as well as experiencing stable, ongoing support so our integration engineers can focus on initiatives that maximize the value for business operations.
– Deb Bauman, Chief Information Officer, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Sansoro Health, in partnership with ClearDATA, can provide the turn- key, all-in-one solution customers want and need when it comes to cloud hosting. With its exclusive health care focus and in-depth security expertise, ClearDATA puts Sansoro Health’s customers at ease about health care managed services and compliance safeguards.
Endless connections. Limitless possibilities.
Streamline prior authorization processes with seamless data exchange. Stop copying charts and retire those fax machines. Reduce costs and boost satisfaction and efficiency for you and your customers.
Boost predictive and advanced analytics capabilities. Integrate comprehensive, real-time clinical and billing data across patient populations. Make workflows seamless and information actionable by putting it directly into the EHR.
Automate medical record requests to save time and slash administrative costs. Free up valuable staff time. Please your customers and their patients with better service and improved outcomes.
Enhance quality reporting with secure access to robust clinical data. Develop and maintain reports more easily. Rapidly identify opportunities to drive better clinical outcomes. Make routine audits painless.
Take risk adjustment to the next level with rich clinical data — structured and unstructured. Enhance the accuracy of forecasts and the ability to successfully engage in value-based care.
Build and deploy effective surveillance for key clinical or operational initiatives. Now your customers can achieve impactful, real-time clinical decision support and detect, prevent and manage critical situations.
What is Emissary?
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Interoperability is crucial to accessing patient data for proactive care delivery and better outcomes. EHRs and other Health IT (HIT) systems must be able to communicate with each other to support accurate, efficient, and meaningful exchange of clinical data.
In this episode of 4×4 Health, we talk to Grahame Grieve, the architect-developer of HL7s Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR).
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