Open systems is a connected ecosystem and innovation platform that drives collaborative third-party relationships and open technologies that are focused on advancing innovation in healthcare.
Apply to become a member of our code developer program, which provides transparent policies and processes to help app developers expand into new markets and identify a path to commercialization while lowering the traditional barriers to achieving smooth onboarding experiences with clients.
Oracle Health FHIR APIs allow organizations to purchase provider apps from our app gallery and build custom apps to fulfill niche needs. Apps can be built internally by your organization or by any app company that is part of the code developer program.
Oracle Healthcare Data Repository (HDR) helps you effectively integrate, manage, deliver, and display information to improve the planning, provisioning, and financing of care. HDR is the foundation of a healthcare information exchange platform.
Oracle Healthcare Foundation is a unified healthcare analytics platform that helps you simplify and support the unification and warehousing of data for use in clinical, financial, administrative, and omics reporting modules.Learn more about Oracle Healthcare Foundation
Our unified health network architecture has three unique open and interoperable platforms—each built for specific purposes and embedded with intelligence—and is extensible. Our platforms are designed to provide great value when used together, yet each platform is also adaptable and can connect with different systems.
Oracle Health FHIR APIs spur API integration, innovation, and collaboration among a broader community of developers, enabling the creation of new technology that unlocks opportunities to advance healthcare. These APIs are cloud-based to allow the rapid, agile deployment of future updates or enhancements. It also simplifies implementation because the ontology mapping process is centralized, which can reduce additional resourcing pressure.
* FHIR is the registered trademark of HL7 and is used with the permission of HL7
Our industry-leading EHR analytics solution, Lights On Network, provides data-driven analysis to help you understand the adoption and performance of Oracle Health FHIR APIs once you have implemented them.
Analyze near real-time data to gain insights into adoption rates, the number of unique users, and the performance of each app so you have the supporting facts and quantitative data to make the best decisions.
If your organization is interested in building apps to meet niche workflow needs, we can help get your developers and IT team up to speed on building with Oracle Health FHIR APIs. We offer a three-day introductory training program that will help your team learn the necessary skills to build on our EHR platform. The training offers education and hands-on exercises to help your team learn how to retrieve data with FHIR APIs, build a SMART app, and secure the app. By the time they have completed training, your developers will be able to build a simple app in our EHR sandbox.
We can bring the training to your facility. The ideal class size is five people or fewer. Contact us to learn more about Oracle Health FHIR APIs.
Oracle Health has opened our technology platforms to a broad group of third-party and client innovators who are advancing digital healthcare. Innovators can take advantage of open developer experience to access the sandbox, developer tools, and resources to start building apps on top of our open systems. If you are a client innovator, we invite you to collaborate with us.
Once an innovator meets the prerequisites for app development, they may apply to become a member of the code developer experience program. The program creates opportunities for innovators to expand into new markets and strives to lower many of the traditional barriers to achieving smooth onboarding experiences with clients. The program is designed to provide transparent, predictable policies and processes to identify a path to commercialization. Learn more about how to join our code developer experience program.
By balancing security, quality, and workflow design with speed of innovation, the code developer experience program is able to offer secure and scalable apps. Before an app can be integrated into a workflow, it must first pass the validation process, ensuring that
The validation process has four main areas of focus—security, functionality, user experience, and operations. This process will vary based on the complexity of your application, the number of issues identified in the process, and the responsiveness of the developers. The goal is to ensure the app can be integrated quickly and easily into client domains and works consistently.
For utilization management, clients can choose to use either InterQual or MCG Health medical review guidelines within Acute Case Management. Medical Review guidelines are not sold on paper. Clients will need a separate license with InterQual or MCG Health prior to embedding content and launching the third-party applications within Acute Case Management.
For care transition planning, Acute Case Management has invested in embedding naviHealth's nH Discharge and Ensocare Transition to support care transitions for patients discharged from acute care and needing post-acute care placement and services. resells the post-acute care transitions (naviHealth's nH Discharge) and post-acute referrals (Ensocare Transition) solution integration, and support.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) delivered their highly anticipated final rule on provisions of the Cures Act that support the interoperability of electronic health information for patients, providers, and others. In addition to a focus on health information technology (HIT) certification and interoperability in healthcare, the rule promotes the end of information blocking—a practice in which the access, exchange, or use of electronic health information is restricted inappropriately.
We fully support the open and appropriate flow of electronic health information in order to create a seamless and connected world where everyone thrives. We champion a level playing field where information is used, accessed, and exchanged on a nondiscriminatory and interoperable basis.
In the Inpatient Prospective Payment System proposed rule for the 2019 federal fiscal year, CMS changed the name of the EHR Incentive Program/Meaningful Use to the Promoting Interoperability (PI) program, applicable to both Medicare and Medicaid. That name change is tied to a shift in the program, which is moving away from incentives for EHR use and refocusing on interoperability.