IO FHIR®-Enabled API
Interoptex is proud to announce its newest product: a bolt-on, dynamically mappable FHIR®-enabled API.
What Is the IO FHIR®-enabled API?
the IO FHIR®-enabled API is a scalable, flexible API available to healthcare technology companies looking to bolster their interoperability options by adding an API that adheres to the healthcare market’s most rapidly growing data standard. In a recent study published by Becker’s Hospital Review, most providers listed access to strong interoperability options as one of the three primary reasons for changing EMRs. Don’t get left in the dust with a lackluster or overly-proprietary API.
By connecting the IO FHIR®-enabled API to your product you’ll gain a series of up to 200+ endpoints that allow create, update, and delete operations to all of the data in your platform, customizable by client roles. There is an endpoint for each of the resources detailed in the HL7.org FHIR schema, allowing your organization to rapidly allow data intake and egress to fulfil your clients’ needs without dedicating hundreds of hours of development. By adopting Interoptex’s the IO FHIR®-enabled API API you’ll be able to enrich your product’s interoperability and keep pace with your competitors in the healthcare market, all without sacrificing enormous amounts of development resources and market research. Our IO FHIR®-enabled API product will map to any tabular database schema, allowing the standard FHIR objects to be used to access your data with ease. Learn more about the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources standard.
How We Do It
Interoptex dedicates a team of engineers to determine which of the FHIR resources are appropriate for your data. Once we know which endpoints should be available for your product we’ll work with your team to map each of the FHIR objects to database queries for your platform. This approach places the ‘heavy lifting’ of API development in our court, so you can focus the features your clients need most. Also, by deploying a FHIR-based API you ensure that your organization will remain compliant with ISA 2018 interoperability standards. We even offer options to assist your team with the hosting details of the API, including auto-scaling and serverless architecture initiatives.
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