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Datica unveils new health data integration platform

Called Datica Integrate, it combines healthcare data integration and compliance, enabling the development of HIPAA-compliant healthcare apps in the cloud.

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Datica unveils new health data integration platform

Datica — which is a provider of a cloud-based solution that mitigates the complexity and risk of integrating and using healthcare data in the cloud — introduced Integrate, its new health data integration platform; its HITRUST CSF Certified integration APIs work with any EHR, any available data, in any format. As a result, the company dubs it the most complete and scalable solution for those who collect, store, manage and share protected health information (PHI) in the cloud.

While healthcare’s adoption of the cloud is on the rise, the complexity of healthcare data exchange and compliance has created significant hurdles to bringing advanced digital health solutions to market. Datica Integrate offers a complete solution to solve the complexities of both healthcare data interoperability and compliance, helping to streamline the development and management of HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based digital health solutions. As a result, previously cumbersome development processes become frictionless, resulting in enhanced, secure solutions at lower cost and with greater speed to market.

Integrate is scalable and centralized, enabling seamless, secure data exchange with any EHR, real-time access to patient records, and the ability to both push and pull data. It brings together two solutions, Datica’s Compliant Managed Integration and Emissary, into a single advanced solution as a result of the recent merger between Datica Health and Sansoro Health. The combined product enables users to code once to Datica’s advanced API, and connect with both open standards as well as custom end-points. Datica is also the only provider that enables connection to custom end-points, enabling a much richer data set and streamlined workflow.

“Developing healthcare applications in the cloud means overcoming key obstacles like compliance and integration — a big challenge for innovation teams that often prevents them from creating the breakthrough solutions healthcare needs,” Dave Levin, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Datica, said in a statement. “Integrate removes the stress, risk and complexity of EHR integrations-without sacrificing PHI security-so our customers can focus on delivering exceptional solutions to today’s healthcare challenges.”

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