Oracle Unveils Enhanced Health Information Exchange Solution
Comprehensive Solution Simplifies Deployment, Strengthens Security and Accelerates Time-to-Value
HIMSS, ORLANDO, Fla. – February 21, 2011
Oracle today announced interoperability and security enhancements to Oracle® Health Information Exchange, an open standards-based solution that enables healthcare organizations and government agencies to securely manage and share health data across networks to improve patient care, reduce costs and enhance revenues.
Oracle Health Information Exchange helps eliminate the complexity of deploying a Health Information Exchange (HIE) by providing a comprehensive and pre-integrated portfolio of products built on a scalable and secure infrastructure.
Fulfilling the need for data interoperability within private healthcare communities and streamlining connectivity to public exchanges, Oracle Health Information Exchange has expanded support for US Federal and global standards, such as the CONNECT architecture and Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise specifications.
Oracle Health Information Exchange provides secure communication, system integration, enterprise master person indexing, consent management and enforcement, access auditing, a clinical data and document repository, record locator services, and terminology services enabled by best-in-class Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Applications.
Oracle Health Information Exchange now includes the following components:
Oracle Health Sciences Integration Engine to facilitate integration of healthcare data across disparate clinical and administrative systems using open standards-based HL7 messaging.
When combined with Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics, the interoperable data produced through Oracle Health Information Exchange can be transformed into actionable insights regarding clinical quality and effectiveness, care management, operational efficiency, and financial performance.
“Empowering healthcare providers with accurate and complete patient information when and where it is needed can have a tremendous impact on improving quality of care and patient outcomes – while also helping to drive down healthcare delivery costs,” said Neil de Crescenzo, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Health Sciences. “While this vision is clear, the path forward has often been mired with complexity as healthcare organizations work to integrate data from myriad systems and grapple with security concerns. Oracle Health Information Exchange helps organizations move beyond these challenges – speeding time to value and optimizing the secure exchange of electronic health information with an extensible, open, suite of solutions designed to work together out of the box and running on a robust, reliable and secure technology infrastructure.”