Healthcare interoperability

Deliver intelligent and connected healthcare with data interoperability

Data interoperability within and across health systems is critical to coordinated care. Hospitals and health systems require enterprise integration to exchange data across disparate systems and delivery settings to improve operations and deliver better care. However, application integration challenges continue to cause project delays, and worse, affect patient care.

OpenText™ Alloy™ for Healthcare offers health systems flexible and efficient integration capabilities to bridge data from diverse systems, applications and data sources across their entire care network. Delivered as a managed service, the solution unifies integration and data management into a single platform.

7 Steps for the Interoperability Journey

Achieve interoperability throughout your health organization

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What is healthcare interoperability?

Healthcare interoperability is the ability to digitally exchange data within or between health systems, without rekeying or otherwise manually manipulating the data. The development and availability of new technologies can offer great benefit in terms of care improvement, but they can also create roadblocks to data exchange. Patient engagement, coordinated care, population health and patient tracking all rely on data interoperability.

OpenText Alloy for Healthcare overview

Alloy for Healthcare application integration solutions support healthcare data interoperability and provide full visibility to the data movement between connected applications and points of care. The solutions help integrate cloud and on-premises applications and other data sources across the increasingly diverse healthcare technology landscape, enabling EMR interoperability, IoT, device or other application connectivity and data exchange.

Alloy for Healthcare solutions include business logic and expert best practices to support workflows and processes, from simple to complex, including diagnostic test orders and results, population health initiatives, quality measures and ACO reporting or longitudinal patient record tracking.

OpenText Alloy for Healthcare features

Any-to-any integration

Connects any application endpoints regardless of where they reside—cloud, SaaS, mobile, device or on-premises—using AI-enabled mapping and integration technology. Scales to meet data interoperability needs with a multi-tenant cloud architecture.

Inherent data harmonization

Includes flexible patient matching, format translation and code mapping to improve healthcare data interoperability.

Broad standards support

Supports HL7, ANSI X12, UN/EDIFACT, IHE, SMART platforms, SAML and many others to ensure interoperability across heterogeneous systems.

Realtime visibility

Offers realtime, web-based visibility into all integration operations.

Built-in compliance and security

Secures sensitive patient and clinical data and reduces compliance risk for HIPAA/HITECH or other data directives, at rest or in transit, using secure protocols.

Process expertise

Extends internal resources with OpenText data experts to offload the complexities of application integration operations.

OpenText Alloy for Healthcare benefits

Improve data interoperability

Transform, consolidate, standardize and simplify enterprise integration operations with a modern and unified integration platform.

Focus on patient care

Leverage OpenText experts to reduce technical staffing burdens and integration complexities with a fully managed service model, improving scalability and time to value. Free resources to focus on patient care, not integration.

Strengthen data management capabilities

Cleanse, harmonize and consolidate structured or unstructured data to improve data quality, reduce process errors and build aggregated datasets to support analytics.

Monitor data lineage

Uncover trends and spot errors with realtime data flow visibility and pattern analysis.

Ensure end-to-end data compliance

Leverage built-in data compliance that provides the data security and compliance to support patient, personal and financial data.

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