Infor has collaborated with Hackensack University Medical Center to build a real world implementation to support Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) initiatives by utilizing the Infor Cloverleaf Integration Suite.
FHIR helps to simultaneously access data from different healthcare systems, regardless of how data is stored.
The company said FHIR calls for a platform to streamline health information exchange, expand the capabilities of electronic health records and boost innovation in mobile applications.
The project will implement the FHIR patient, encounter and resources using generally available Infor Cloverleaf technology components.
HackensackUMC configure Infor Cloverleaf Web Services and Direct Adapter to support FHIR pilots and proof of concepts while supporting the IHE profiles and early implementations of the FHIR standard also.
The Infor Cloverleaf Suite creates a sustainable foundation for healthcare organizations to proactively manage, coordinate, and share data across the care continuum.
With superior Infor support, Cloverleaf Web Services easily fit right into our architecture and we were operationally live within days.” added Jeremy Marut, CHCIO, director of enterprise architecture at HackensackUMC.
“This real-world implementation of FHIR using Cloverleaf is one of the first of its kind in the industry, going beyond previous announcements of support for the FHIR standard,” said Barry P. Chaiken, M.D., chief medical information officer, Healthcare, Infor.
Last month, HCL Technologies announced its partnership with Infor to build a practice specifically to support key Infor products including Infor M3and Infor Lawson Enterprise Financial Management, dedicating nearly 500 employees.