Who We Are
Interoptex is a healthcare data integration technology company breaking down the barriers of interoperability. We design EDI (electronic data interchange) solution systems for many healthcare providers ranging from LTACs, ambulatory, hospitals, large health systems, rehab centers, telehealth, and behavioral health. We also work with growing health tech companies seeking to focus on building and selling solutions instead of dealing with the headaches of healthcare data integration.
Our passion is in enhancing data liquidity and data cleanliness with the intent to make healthcare data integration better at an affordable cost. To receive proper care providers need good data delivered in a timely manner. It’s our mission to enhance interoperability in healthcare so practitioners working with our clients can deliver top-notch care due to fast, clean data delivery between back-end systems.
Interoptex considers itself your partner for successful interoperability and EDI in healthcare. We’ve integrated over 500 different systems, providing an HL7 interface, and have the built-out connections and templates to prove it. We work diligently with your team to lay out your EMR integration roadmap so your project happens on time and on budget.
Fast implementations are just the beginning. Gain insight into your integration data pool at-a-glance with Interoptex’s one-of-a-kind integration health reporting. See how much data you’re processing, all formats processed, and the status of all your data types. No deep-dive investigations required.
We’ll ensure you have the implementation support, technical expertise and feedback to improve your integration capabilities in response to healthcare’s rapidly changing data ecosystem. Our 24/7 monitoring and rapid-response provides world class communication for your healthcare IT solutions.
Quick Solutions For Providers
Save thousands on integration costs. Check out the video below to see how our iPaaS platform and HL7 interface take the stress out of healthcare data integration.
It’s more personal than you think. Last May, Karen DeSalvo, MD, and former ONC chief argued that many interoperability discussions fail to consider an important party: the patient. EHRs have the ability to save lives, allowing providers access to crucial information...