We implement Health Level 7 (HL7) standards for messaging (versions 2 and 3), user interfaces (CCOW), clinical documents (CDA), patient care data (CCD), pharmaceutical information (SPL), and medical records (EHR/EMR). We use JSON and XML web services to program Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) for real-time data sharing, as well as standardized expressions for Clinical Decision Support (CDS) and Medical Logic Modules (MLM).
We use HL7 interoperability standards to interface disparate healthcare information technology, including lab and medical devices, Hospital Information Systems (HIS), Practice Management Systems (PMS), and billing software. We develop enterprise-wide interface engines to standardize communication between programs in healthcare settings, such as hospitals, clinics, and labs, and to facilitate the systematic sharing of health data worldwide.
Our HL7 implementation services include comprehensive assessments of legacy healthcare networks to determine the most ideal custom or proprietary interfacing solutions. We integrate interface engines from Mirth (Connect), iNTERFACEWARE (Iguana), Infor (Cloverleaf), Qvera (QIE), Cerner (OPENLink), and Orion Health (Rhapsody). We utilize Oracle SOA and BizTalk for secure message mapping and user communication.
We engineer desktop and mobile applications for the viewing, parsing, filtering, and editing of HL7 messages. We design manual and automated HL7 testing software for validating messages and ensuring the reliability of network architectures developed around LLP, MLLP, HLLP, and TCP/IP protocols. We use these and other HL7 optimization tools to perform continuous maintenance and unit testing.
Chetu's HL7 interface developers ensure compliance to regulatory standards set by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the National Coordinator – Authorized Testing and Certification Body (ONC-ATCB), American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and International Organization for Standardization. Our HL7 technology is HIPAA compliant and meets Meaningful Use Stage 1 and 2 standards.