Interoperability and High Availability
In this report, we discuss the growing need for high-availability health IT systems and one of the latest industry trends, the desire to implement an Active-Active architecture to ensure minimal service disruption.
The Security and Privacy Principles of Rhapsody as a Service
This report focuses on the benefits of reduced complexity and how managed services can help healthcare providers offset the burden of adhering to security frameworks and regulations (such as HIPAA and GDPR).
FHIR Ignites Healthcare Sharing
Promoting interoperability in the healthcare ecosystem with the HL7 FHIR standard
FHIR for Clinicians
In this paper we will discuss what a clinician needs to know about FHIR to be able to knowledgeably participate in these projects.
FHIR – Sparking Innovation In Health Information Sharing
How FHIR Benefits Clinicians and Healthcare Executives
Integration Strategies for Healthcare IT Vendors
Healthcare IT organizations rely on information systems from many different vendors to support activities related to patient care, because no single system can do it all.
Enabling the Ecosystem with FHIR
How can healthcare information be made available, where and when it is needed?
Migrating from a Legacy Integration Engine
To leverage cloud and mobile technologies, healthcare organisations should consider replacing their older integration platforms.
Understanding Service Level Agreements in Healthcare
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are one of the most important parts of any cloud service agreement, yet their importance can be poorly understood.
Migrating to the Cloud for the Health Industry
Since the eruption of cloud infrastructure providers such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and other regional competitors, the case for migrating out of the proprietary data centre has grown in both size and strength.
Migrate with Confidence
Five steps to a successful integration engine migration.