Interoperability: The Challenge Continues
Optimal care requires that all members of the care team have access to a patient’s complete medical history. Yet a widespread lack of interoperability between disparate systems still exists, hindering the exchange of critical patient data throughout the healthcare ecosystem.
Quippe Clinical Data Engine facilitates bi-directional interoperability between different systems with its mappings of millions of clinical concepts, including SNOMED-CT, RxNorm, LOINC, IDC-10 and others. The data engine intelligently identifies and interprets disorganized and complex arrays of medical information from multiple sources to deliver within Quippe Clinical Lens filtered, high-value information as part of the physician’s workflow, aiding in clinical decision-making in the exam room. Simply click on any problem to see all related lab results, medications, co-morbidities and other clinical conditions.
Data Exchange Dilemma
Providers must manage immense amounts of data, much of which is redundant and stored in a variety of formats that are not optimized for use at the point of care. In addition, the industry lacks clear data exchange standards and health systems typically have little financial incentive to share data with other organizations.
It’s time to find a more effective way to exchange, organize and apply clinically relevant data.
Partnering for Better Care
Medicomp Systems’ Quippe solution suite is built to scale with healthcare organizations’ interoperability demands. With exchange mechanisms optimized for CDA and FHIR, and its millions of clinical standard mappings, Quippe Clinical Data Engine provides the foundation for efficient exchange of high-value, clinically relevant data and optimization of care delivery.
In addition, the clinician-designed technology positions leading hospitals and health systems worldwide to successfully address future market demands including: