Today, a myriad of health care professionals around the world are leveraging Health Information Exchange (HIE) with an integration engine and Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), to facilitate the exchange of information between patients and hospitals. “However, with these engines, it is difficult to accommodate innovations in software applications,” says Phillip Ragon, CEO and Founder, InterSystems. Bridging this gap is InterSystems, founded specifically to ameliorate the health care information technology environment. “We are developing connectivity solutions to help medical professionals make breakthroughs in health care,” adds Ragon.
InterSystems offers HealthShare family of products to create a connection between sophisticated Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) features found in ESBs and the messaging engines. “Messages are never lost; and an interrupted business process can always restart from the point of interruption,” adds Ragon. With the HealthShare Information Exchange software, health care organizations can access patient health records, including information from the patient’s current and previous insurance
companies. The software also proffers a comprehensive extensible solution to support the creation of engaged patient communities. Another product of InterSystems, TrakCare is known for its capability to manifest a consolidated view of a patient’s history, providing secure access to records on any internet-connected device, with real-time insights.
We are developing connectivity solutions to help medical professionals make breakthroughs in health care
InterSystems now plans to surge forward by designing advanced HIE solutions that can interoperate seamlessly with HealthShare, besides taking the product to a global platform.