Rhapsody is the enabler that brings systems together through seamless data integration. The proven, high-performing interoperability platform has built-in FHIR® capabilities and is for designed for robust and reliable acquisition and exchange of health data. Rhapsody’s comprehensive set of tools help to simplify interoperability in complex healthcare environments.
Intelligent mapping ensures data quality and cuts the time of traditional migration and conversion by up to half, reducing cost and risk while increasing continuity of performance. Rhapsody allows healthcare organizations to seamlessly share and exchange information and future-proofs organizations for emerging integration patterns.
Component search results have been moved to tabs in the Information panel in Rhapsody IDE, enabling users to return to previous search results and tab between search results. Similarly, the component show uses functionality has been moved to tabs in the Information panel in Rhapsody IDE.
The Filter Toolbox and communication point selector have been updated to include a tree-view presentation of components, and filtering.
Rhapsody 6.4 has achieved ONC-Health IT 2015 Edition Health IT Module Certification via Drummond Group LLC, an Authorized Certification Body that has been empowered to test software for compliance with the requirements of the US federal government’s program. The stamp of approval designates that the software offers the functionality that enables eligible providers and hospitals to meet the requirements of various regulatory programs that require use of certified EHR technology.
The mapping engine has been optimized in Rhapsody 6.4 to yield throughput increases of approximately between 10 and 20 percent for routes with Mapper filters performing mappings between different HL7v2 formats.
Communication points and filters are now able to share a class loader if their auxiliary files are identical. This reduces memory usage.
Rhapsody 6.4 introduces component templates which enable users to create routes, filters and communication points with custom default values. Templates make it easier to implement best practices and standards when creating and maintaining large configurations in a multi-user environment.
Communication points in Output mode can now be configured to continue routing upon successful message transmission. Continued routing functionality supports deposit and forward workloads.
Key additions include APIs to manage notifications, stop the engine, delete single lookup table, and get the number of communication points in use that count towards the license limit.
Rhapsody 6.4 provides the ability to enable or disable semantic rules within X12 projects.
Rhapsody 6.4 includes a number of minor improvements. FHIR support has been extended to STU3. Lookup tables can now return multiple rows and contain values longer than 1,000 characters. HTTP Client communication point supports connection retries in dynamic mode. User notification preferences can be configured with multiple email address. The (S)FTP Client communication point can either travers the target directory path and create missing directories or attempt to perform a direct file upload to the target directory.