Interoptex’s innovative iPaaS solution takes your integration nightmare from a costly cumbersome capital expense to an outsourced managed service that still provides you insights and visibility over your systems. There is no longer a need for expensive on premise hardware, high-priced licensing or on-site staffing headaches.
Once on-board your team is directly connected to our lightning fast help desk to ensure changes to your healthcare system integrations are handled quickly and efficiently. Eliminate many of the hurdles that often prevent organizations from integrating effectively with Interoptex.
Take advantage of our iPaaS solution’s ability to provide a full range of options for translating and routing data between systems. Healthcare system integration of both clinical systems and data stores drives deeper patient engagement through mobile and web opportunities, optimizes hospital and practice workflows by improving efficiency and quality of care through the automation of processes, and supports the transition to value-based care by allowing you to track and perform against key population health metrics. Interoptex has built the first cloud-based integration platform solution that is constructed 100% for healthcare and the challenges that healthcare data presents.
Isn’t it time for some intelligent integration?
Interoptex iPaaS Portal
Interoptex integration platform solution is elastic and reliable while providing visibility to all integration end points. Feel connected to your data with a comprehensive portal that provides end-to-end visibility over integration flows. Gain valuable insights through the proactive setup of at-a-glance status reports to be delivered, when you want them, in your in-box. The Interoptex iPaas portal provides insight into your healthcare system integration data footprint through a clean, easy-to-understand user interface, so you can interpret your integration data without leveraging development resources.
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...