In the US, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has been pushing towards more integrated healthcare systems.
The most recent regulation, 21st Century Cures Act Final Rule aims to prevent information blocking, insisting that every healthcare provider should put a reasonable effort in making sure they are not blocking access to patient health information they store at their site.
DataArt’s SMART on FHIR Accelerator
To help healthcare companies comply with the new regulations quickly, DataArt offers a proprietary approach towards extending an existing EHR solution with SMART on FHIR capabilities and FHIR API.
Depending on the technology stack or a type of infrastructure you are currently using, DataArt can recommend the right components from a multitude of available options and help put them together to make sure that those components are connected to the existing solution.
DataArt’s FHIR Adoption Accelerator is Composed of:
- FHIR API built on the open source “FHIR Server for Azure”
- Adapter model for integrating FHIR API into existing medical record systems
- SMART on FHIR app launcher
- OAuth server built on IdentityServer4
- ETL approach for synchronizing data into the FHIR server
DataArt offers a combination of the accelerator and additional custom software development services.