Health care providers face more challenges than most industries when it comes to digital and mobile innovation, including HIPAA compliance and legacy systems. mBaaS provider Kinvey and electronic healthcare record (EHR) API provider Redox seek to ease those challenges with a new mobile app solution that will provide faster, easier delivery of EHR data into mobile, web, and smart devices. With Kinvey’s HIPAA-compliant mobile backend, and Redox’s API, the solution will provide a secure, scalable platform that allows health care providers to extend EHR integrations and address the various interoperability and data issues that they face today.
Posted 8/12/2016 12:03:56 PM by STUART PARKERSON, Publisher Emeritus
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- Easily accesses data from popular EHR systems including: EPIC, Cerner, Allscripts, Athena, AdvancedMD, NEXTGEN, McKesson, Meditech, GE Healthcare, Greenway, eClinicalWorks, DocuTAP, drchrono, CPSI and QRS Health Solutions
- Enables mashups of data from EHR and other enterprise systems including SAP, Oracle, Sharepoint and Salesforce to deliver new innovative use cases and streamlined mobile moments
- Frees frontend developers from learning the nuances of EHR systems by giving them a single protocol, data format and query language, no matter what the EHR
- Provides backend developers a way of providing secure, controlled access to EHR systems through a reusable service catalog
App developers can start developing immediately and access data from across the health system landscape, allowing health care organizations to satisfy both patients and clinicians with apps, while still retaining the EHR as the secure workflow hub.
“The dream was to make the sharing of data universal and revolutionize patient care. Yet for mobile developers, accessing EHR data is cumbersome and time consuming, delaying delivery of innovation,” said Jikku Venkat, vice president of product at Kinvey. “With Redox and Kinvey, developers gain a standardized way of accessing EHR systems, masking the subtleties of each system and turning a six-month project into a one-month project.”