Health Intellect's experience in healthcare IT, web services, interoperability, and data processing positions us to help our clients achieve their goals with their data. With over 15 years of IT experience we are sure you are making the right choice with Health Intellect.read more
We have the expertise to help you take control of your data.
HL7.org is working to finalize the FHIR standard and it simplifies and standardizes the process of sharing health data securely using industry leading technologies. FHIR resources can provide the health data you need where and when you need it.
The bulk of healthcare interfacing is currently done via HL7 version 2 messages transferred over a variety of different ways. Health Intellect has extensive experience designing, building, and implementing HL7 interfaces using interface engines and ETL tools used in the IT industry like Mirth Connect and Qvera Interface Engine.
Claims data contains a wealth of information that can be aggregated to provide metrics on a specific patient or how a provider is doing with a specific population of patients. We can extract crucial data from 837, CCLF, and any other EDI data feeds to structure the data for reporting and analytics.
User experience is key to software adoption and understanding your healthcare processes allows us to build intuitive custom user experiences using your existing data warehouses. Our engineers are skilled in mobile app development using modern frameworks like React-Native and Flutter.
Our Level 2 Certified Qvera developers can help customize your HL7/CDA/FHIR interfaces, build scheduled reporting or data extraction, or automate workflow processes. Discreet healthcare data is valuable in many ways and Qvera has the power to fetch and submit data to/from Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), submit VXU immunization data to state registries, direct query your database, communicate with web services, FTP, and much more.
Application Programming Interfaces or APIs have become commonly used because of the ease of scalability and low resource footprint. APIs can be built to communicate with your EHR, practice management, or billing systems.