A Guide to the ONC's Final Rule and FHIR Integration
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Are you ready for FHIR?
The new ONC ruling has called on the healthcare industry to adopt APIs to help allow individuals to securely and easily access structured EHI using smartphone applications. This is good for patients and the industry but is your company ready for true interoperability?
Remove the Roadblocks
Successful integration means thorough planning and analysis. To determine the architecture and design of a solution, it's imperative to first:
Understand your business goals
Determine the data and quality requirements
Perform quality assessments across your various data stores
Analyze available and required data from your various data stores
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Choose the Right Technology
After clarifying the ONC Final Rule Requirements as it applies to you and your organization, the next step is to develop a system architecture and select reliable technologies to implement the solution without compromising your business goals. Four things to keep in mind:
What are your existing data sources?
What type of data sets will leverage?
How will you expose the required data?
What technological stack will work for you?