Seamless migration and scaling
Within six months of implementing Rhapsody, the three-person UofL Hospital team stood up 25 newly developed interfaces and migrated 135 more. They developed three types of routes: initiation (bringing messages in and detecting duplicates), translation (mapping and extracting HL7 message properties), and delivery. Together, these routes enable seamless data exchange, even to and from the hospital’s previous partner.
Throughout the process, UofL Hospital needed just
one single, scheduled downtime, which minimized
disruptions to patient care.
UofL Hospital established a medium‑engine
footprint that was poised to grow into a large
engine. That planning ahead paid off: just a few
months after the initial migration, UofL Hospital
seamlessly brought over another 200 interfaces
from new acquisitions.
Today, UofL Health has deployed Epic within its ambulatory locations, bringing the network to over 1,200 connections, 700 production routes, and 400 production HL7 interfaces. RaaS bridges connections between their EHRs, Epic and Cerner, by sending HL7 messages between the two. And UofL Health has the flexibility it needs for future growth, with an unlimited RaaS license that allows seamless scaling.