Build Versus Buy: A Case Study in Accelerated EHR Integrations
This case study delves into how to solve data exchange dilemmas when data requirements fall outside the scope of traditional standards, how to bridge the gap between industry-wide promise of interoperability and current data exchange needs, and the various factors that weigh into a “build versus buy” decision that have bottom line impact.
CareMessage: Using technology to connect lower-income patients with caring providers
CareMessage helps reduce complications for patients who struggle with health and language communication, which positively affect the patient/provider relationship. “They not only can be more efficient, but also more effective in seeing patients in a timely manner. Even more importantly for these healthcare stakeholders, revenue goes up.”
Coalfire: HITRUST: Datica’s “No Small Feat” Certification Journey
Abe Dress, Managing Senior Consultant at Coalfire, states “The HITRUST certification process can be an arduous course of action, even for those organizations that have a robust security program." Learn more about Datica's HITRUST certification journey with Coalfire.
Cordata Gains Compliance Confidence from Clients and Investors with Datica
Discover how Datica helped Cordata strengthen its compliance in this case study by building a HIPAA compliant infrastructure without interrupting engineer workflows. This allowed Cordata to gain greater confidence in its own security practices and create opportunities.
Cota: Fundamentally changing how data informs every healthcare decision
The rapidly growing startup is solving one of one of healthcare's hardest problems: finding a way to provide a universal data model for healthcare to help physicians improve the standards of care.
DocbookMD Saves $360K and Puts Integration at the Center of its Critical Collaboration Platform
In this case study you’ll discover four reasons why DocbookMD saw Datica as the cohesive answer to integrations, the savings in upfront engineering costs DocbookMD obtained, and how DocbookMD made systems integration the center of its value proposition.
How a Major Health System Transformed Patient Lives, Clinician Care, and Saved Money
David Deas and Methodist Le Bonheur (MLH) have a mandate to improve patient care, the lives of clinicians, and save the organization money in the process.
InsightRX: Precision medicine made simple through machine learning and quantitative pharmacology
The answer to "one-size-fits-all" approach to medical dosing, InsightRX is precision medicine made simple through machine learning and quantitative pharmacology.
Mpirik: The Right Care At the Right Time
How Mpirik uses artificial intelligence technology to end the undertreatment of cardiovascular disease.
OneView: Real-Time Doctor-Patient Collaboration Results in Better Health Outcomes
Learn why Oneview turned to Datica and used Datica Integrate® to accelerate integration and make their mobile app fully functional to engage with patients and clinicians and enhance clinical outcomes.
PipelineRX: Advanced Data Integration Helps Deliver Next-Gen Telepharmacy
Read on how PipelineRX used Datica Integrate to make their SaaS-based solution work seamlessly and enable them to pull in unverified pharmacy data and verify it in PowerGridRx for easy access.
SCI Solutions Enhances Scheduling Software Capabilities With Improved EHR Integration from Datica
Read about how SCI pursued an EHR solution that would enable them to move away from the time-consuming task of constructing a traditional HL7 interface for each client in order to securely transmit patient data.
See how HealthLoop saves operational costs with Datica
In this case study, we discuss how HealthLoop saved over $132,000 annually, the value in zero lock-in services, and Datica's commitment to scalability, communication, and responsibility.
Spok: Fast Track to Efficient Care Collaboration
How Spok's solutions deliver information quickly and securely into the hands of hospital staff who need to act on it through advanced integration.
Streamlining Care for America's Veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs wanted to help veterans with PTSD by getting new forms of care as fast as possible. They looked to Datica to help build the infrastructure that enabled the team to go from ideation to deployed mobile apps in the hands of veterans in under 90 days.