Developing healthcare applications in the cloud requires data integration and compliance with complicated rules and controls. Datica has a family of powerful, single-source solutions to those challenges.
Datica is the only managed service provider (MSP) that solves two of health IT’s most difficult challenges—EHR integration and cloud compliance. Our expertise provides customers the confidence and infrastructure to scale quickly and securely.
Datica Integrate solution enables health data integration from any source to any destination, in any format. Using application programming interfaces (APIs), we accelerate successful integration, whether it’s for a single pilot or for hundreds of integrations at once. We provide a clean, standard API transaction to drive your products swiftly and securely to the market.
Datica Cloud Compliance offers end-to-end cloud managed services that provide the most flexibility and security for your solutions. We install the guardrails so developers can speed into the fast lane knowing that HIPAA compliance and HITRUST certification are in place.
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Like any new technology, there are challenges in using FHIR®. What do developers need to know before deploying FHIR® APIs? How do FHIR® APIs work across major EHRs like Epic, Cerner and MEDITECH? In this webinar we will take a deeper dive into the FHIR® APIs, explore important limitations and nuances and share how Datica’s integration solution can address design challenges and speed deployment of applications that use FHIR®.
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.