Oracle Delivers New Release of Oracle® Healthcare Transaction Base
Key Component of Oracle’s Healthcare Interoperability Solution Features Expanded Web Services to Support Meaningful Use Requirements and IHE Technical Framework Certification
2010 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition in Atlanta, Ga., – March 1, 2010
As part of its ongoing commitment to provide healthcare organizations with infrastructure for integrating data from disparate healthcare systems, Oracle today announced Oracle® Healthcare Transaction Base 6.1.
Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base offers a multiple-use data repository that enables healthcare organizations to normalize the structure and vocabulary of administrative, clinical and financial healthcare data to help reduce costs and improve patient care.
The new release includes expanded web services support for addressing meaningful use requirements for continuity of care documents.
The solution also supports IHE XDS.b web services, saving customers that comply with IHE architecture from having to create custom web services and helping to significantly reduce their total cost of ownership.
Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base leverages a standards-based, healthcare-focused reference information model that addresses global healthcare requirements and preserves a healthcare organization’s investment in technology.
The backbone for many of today’s healthcare interoperability projects, Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base currently supports more than 10 million patient records worldwide.
“The ability to aggregate patient information into a comprehensive data repository, and access that information in near real time to improve decision making, is a critical differentiator for healthcare organizations,” said Neil de Crescenzo, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Oracle Health Sciences. “Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base helps organizations address their interoperability challenges head on and is designed to help reduce costs, improve time to market and enhance operational efficiency.”