Dynamic DataWeave for secure access to UCSF’s EHR data

Veera Gopalakrishnan, a System Integration Engineer, and Swarnim Ranjitkar, a Sr. Software Engineer, at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) both have more than five years of MuleSoft experience. Veera presented a UCSF and MuleSoft use case during our Developer Meetup at MuleSoft CONNECT Digital Americas. Here, Veera and Swarnim provide an in-depth explanation of how UCSF uses dynamic DataWeave scripts and the Salesforce platform for secure access to Electronic Health Record (EHR) data through APIs. 

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How UCSF transformed its patient referral process

In this time of tremendous global change, an emphasis has been put on digital businesses and the need for transformation. As social distancing and shelter-in-place orders have become the norm, it’s clear that we are experiencing a paradigm shift. For companies and healthcare providers across the world, this change further highlights the need to go digital. As the world emerges from restrictive access to healthcare, the need to provide timely access to care has never been more important.

How a composable enterprise strategy can create more seamless patient journeys

The healthcare sector has always been at the cutting-edge of technology innovation, as new advances continue to offer hope for improvements in clinical services and patient outcomes. However, more recently, healthcare organizations (HCOs) around the world have come to realize that there’s just as much to gain from tapping into the power of cloud and app-based services, Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable devices, AI, and other emerging technologies that are revolutionizing consumer lifestyles and wider industries.

3 ways interoperability helps get more patients tested in the COVID-19 outbreak

This article was originally posted on the Salesforce blog.

COVID-19 has overwhelmed governments and healthcare resources around the world. This crisis underscores the importance of interoperability — the ability for clinical and non-clinical health IT systems to talk to each other, exchange data, and make use of key information. I’ve spent years advocating the importance of interoperability with CIOs across healthcare providers, payers, and government agencies.

MuleSoft recognized in Forrester Wave for Strong Interoperability

Salesforce named a Leader in Healthcare CRM evaluation

As we continue to digest the final rules from CMS and ONC regarding wide-scale interoperability in healthcare, we’re excited to share some recent news from Forrester: Salesforce Health Cloud has been named a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Healthcare CRM Providers, Q12020, with MuleSoft recognized for its interoperability capabilities!

Leveraging APIs to drive better patient outcomes

February 27 2019

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