We increase interoperability among disparate healthcare technology by programming Mirth Connect interface engines to transpose HL7, XML, CCD, DICOM, EDI, NCPDP, and other messaging standards. We use the Mirth Appliances deployment platform and its PostgreSQL database to integrate Mirth Connect features into Hospital Information Systems (HIS), Practice Management Systems (PMS), and Electronic Health Records (EHR).
Our healthcare enterprise solutions include comprehensive integrations of NextGen Healthcare information systems, such as the NextGen EHR and Practice Management platforms, as well as the specialty-focused Ambulatory Medical Record (AMR) programs. We build EDI systems specifically optimized for healthcare networks, programmed with NextGen RCM services, robust Business Intelligence (BI) tools, and the Managed Cloud IT system.
Our Mirth Connect web service development solutions include Common Language Infrastructures (CLI) and Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), designed to accelerate the retrieval of electronic health information and facilitate real-time communication. We use web-based exchange languages to integrate user interfaces (REST, HTML, CSS), represent data resources (JSON, XML), and render queried data (Atom).
We utilize HL7 v2/v3 messaging protocols (including TCP/MLLP, JMS, FTP/SFTP, HTTP, and SOAP) to encrypt and transmit live vitals, diagnoses, medical histories, demographics, lab orders and results, e-prescriptions, administrative data, insurance information and more. We develop custom Health Information Exchange (HIE) networks integrated with Mirth HL7 data tools, an easily navigable Enterprise Master Patient Index (eMPI), and intuitive data aggregation software.
We configure NextGen's Mirth Mail direct messaging platform using Simple Mail Transfer Protocols (SMTP) to easily share referrals, test results, SOAP notes, and other text-based messages between thousands of endpoints. We leverage Direct Project messaging standards to automate SMS and email notifications triggered by custom or pre-programmed encounters. We also program APIs for Mirth OpenPD's chat module and the Mirth HISP provider directories.
Open-source Mirth extensions allow us to further extend functionality and accelerate workflows. We integrate the Mirth Results central data repository and leverage it to program user-based and situational consent protocols. We also utilize the Mirth Match eMPI to add C-CDA capabilities to EHRs and help achieve Meaningful Use. Additional Mirth extensions include PACS/DICOM plugins, medication/immunization registries, and drug monitoring program access.
Chetu's Mirth software development experts ensure your healthcare software complies with regulatory standards including specifications set by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the National Coordinator – Authorized Testing and Certification Body (ONC-ATCB), HITECH's Meaningful Use Stage 1 and 2 (MU-1 & MU-2), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Health Level 7 International (HL7).