We are excited to announce healthcare initiatives that will have a profound effect on the way patients and medical professionals interact. The first of the vertical initiatives is being launched at HIMSS this year with MuleSoft’s new Solution for Epic EMR Integration and its inaugural Healthcare Product Advisory Board.
MuleSoft’s Solution for Epic EMR Integration allows healthcare organizations to accelerate development of applications that are external to Epic, such as patient CRM, web and mobile patient portals and document management systems, with a set of pre-built integration templates. The templates save manual development work and leverage integration best practices. Key features include:
End-to-end reference implementation of the FHIR standard, including the following FHIR objects: Patient Demographics, Condition, Observation, Allergy, Medication and Scheduling
Support for both Epic Bridges (HL7 v2) and Epic Interconnect (SOAP) interfaces
“Data integration and interoperability across healthcare IT and external systems have become exponentially more complex,” said Ross Mason, founder and vice president of product strategy, MuleSoft. “We’ve built a full end-to-end reference implementation of the FHIR standard to allow our customers to seamlessly bring data from the EMR to mobile and web applications and back, while enabling secure and governed data access. MuleSoft’s API-led approach is designed to enable the secure reuse of health data across the organization to accelerate development and reduce operational cost.”
In addition, MuleSoft will be launching a new healthcare product advisory board comprised of its core healthcare and life sciences customers intended to drive digital innovation and provide a forum for knowledge exchange and product feedback. Its founding members include leading healthcare providers like UCSF and Johns Hopkins Medicine.
MuleSoft will be at HIMSS16 from February 29 to March 4, 2016. Attend the “The Connected Hospital: Unlocking your EHR” session featuring MuleSoft on Wednesday, March 2 at 11:30 a.m. PST at the Salesforce lounge in the SLS Hotel. Attendees will learn how healthcare customers are lowering costs and improving patient care by taking an API-led approach to connectivity.