Healthcare systems are often complex and fragmented. Over time the ecosystem has grown into a platform that generates and stores data, events, and reports, triggers workflows (e.g. HL7 MLLP and ADT messaging), and feeds data to patient-centric portals and mobile apps. These apps are increasingly used by a majority of hospitals as indicated in a recent report by Accenture.
However, providers are under pressure to protect data used in various contexts (e.g. under HIPAA) all while attempting to be adaptive and nimble in their development techniques and response to business needs.On-Demand Webinar: Key Steps to Building an Effective Patient-Centric Healthcare System
Enabling a patient-centric healthcare ecosystem
WSO2 has been helping healthcare providers become more agile and patient-centric by closing the integration gap between disparate healthcare systems. This is done by
Enabling interoperability through protocols like HL7 / FHIR / ARGONAUT and data formats like ICD / SNOMED CT / CCD etc.
Improving reliability and transparency with backup systems, messaging patterns, logs, audit trails, and message tracing
Ensuring privacy and security through authentication, rule-based entitlements, data normalization and data de-identification
Facilitating data access and exchange with a well-designed API-based ecosystem
Simplifying deploying and populating API-based healthcare marketplaces
Creating integration architectures and templates that help link patients with providers and care facilities with notifications, reminders and care monitoring
WSO2 Healthcare Reference Architecture
In the US alone, the WSO2 healthcare reference architecture has been proven in multiple care provider organizations, helping them to achieve Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) Meaningful Use mandate. Globally, the WSO2 platform has helped healthcare providers to capture and share data with policy complacency, advance their clinical processes and improve patient care outcomes.
Today, WSO2 healthcare customers process millions of health data transactions and workflows daily.Read White Paper: Healthcare Informatics: The Key to Reducing Medical Errors in the US Healthcare System