SpiritEHR: Simplifying and accelerating the exchange of medical information
Prior to platform deployment, Tiani Spirit provides clients with IHE-based functional information exchange. The solution, SpiritEHR simplifies and accelerates the exchange of medical information between numerous healthcare systems. “Tiani Spirit not just connects multiple physicians, nurses, therapists, and institutes, but educates and supports clients to become IHE-ready first,” says Tiani, President and CEO, Tiani Spirit. Healthcare practitioners and institutions can transfer and utilize data, including lab reports, medical history, and radiology images.
You can access IHE-based documents by a XDS and/or FHIR interface for structured data like CDA documents and FHIR resources through a database with Elastic search. The Spirit Clinical Data Repository persists single data entries based on the FHIR Resources without losing the relationship to the documents. Furthermore, full text search is possible.
Another highlight and particular strength of Tiani Spirit is the Spirit Access Control which is the most comprehensive consent management and access control component. This solution is frequently used for data protection in datacenters of the public sector with the highest security requirements.
Besides the full IHE range, the company also provides Spirit WebServices with the possibility to connect the legacy products in a very short period of time. The goal is to convert the data in an IHE-compliant format. The company leverages the cross document workflow (IHE profile) to streamline the workflows between different health supervisors, and permits the stakeholders to monitor the complete process.
One of the many global success stories is about an Austria-based healthcare group located in Lower Austria. The client, an organization of 27 hospitals with a multitude of different information systems from different vendors, was faced with a challenge of connecting them. Tiani assisted the client to operate from the existing information systems with all their user interfaces, and embedded all systems into a new IHE network. Eventually, the client could avail the complete network underpinned by seamless integration without training resources.
Martin Tiani sprints ahead with his holistic view of standardized information exchange. He founded a new independent initiative called grapevine (www.grapevineworld.com) which is strictly related to IHE. It allows its whole ecosystem to exchange data through the vendor independent, global grapevine backbone. Martin Tiani invites every software-manufacturer, provider and system integrator to be part of grapevine World—and to be part of the future interoperable healthcare network.