Emissary EHR Integration Solutions
Sansoro Health offers robust EHR integration solutions that eliminate data silos and open the door to health IT innovation. Effortless to implement, Emissary dramatically reduces integration efforts, reducing the IT burden and slashing costs so you can focus on building better products. By standardizing EHR integration through universal APIs and a unified data model, Emissary bridges the gap to care collaboration and eliminates time-consuming manual tasks, allowing clinicians and staff to deliver a better patient experience. Check out the links below to learn more about how Sansoro Health supports health IT innovation with proven integration solutions.
In the healthcare industry, API solutions solve interoperability challenges. Variances in how vendors implement HL7 standards and poor HL7 data semantics that otherwise lead to misinterpretation no longer matter. Healthcae API solutions allow for the seamless sharing of data across systems, supporting better care collaboration among providers from different departments – and even across healthcare systems.
Manual data entry is a major pain point for clinicians. It’s time-consuming, not to mention, it takes valuable time away from patient care. Yet poor EHR and EMR integration means manual data entry is often a reality, and sometimes, it’s necessary to enter the same data in multiple systems. Not only are providers frustrated with these inefficient and costly tasks – such as manually transferring records to another provider – but they hinder staff productivity, ultimately having a negative impact on the patient experience.
FHIR stands for Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources. Developed by Health Level Seven International (commonly known as HL7), it’s an interoperability specification for the exchange of healthcare information electronically. The aim of FHIR is to address the growing digitization of the healthcare industry and the need for patient records to be readily “available, discoverable, and understandable.” Here’s a closer look at FHIR, its potential benefits and challenges…
To help you find the best, most up-to-date, insightful blogs from health IT professionals, clinicians, and leading journalists in the health IT space, we’ve rounded up a collection of 50 must-read blogs below. Our picks include government blogs, blogs by companies and non-profit organizations, blogs written by individual experts, and, of course, industry publications.
The ability to collect, manage, and analyze data is critical for clinical research, but poor quality data does more harm than good. Only good clinical data supports decision-making and research conclusions, making careful adherence to clinical data management best practices a must to ensure that clinical data is accurate, valid, and reliable…
As healthcare organizations embrace technology advancements that can improve the delivery of patient care (and the multitude of administrative tasks that support it), healthcare IT is changing rapidly. Here’s a look at the biggest trends in healthcare IT that are shaping the future of the healthcare industry.
In the simplest terms, a health information system (HIS) is a system that captures, stores, transmits, or otherwise manages health data or activities. These systems are used to collect, process, use, and report health information. In turn, information from a health information system can be used to drive policy- and decision-making, research, and ultimately health outcomes. Here’s what you need to know about the key components of a HIS, the various types, and benefits of HIS.