Dec 11, 2016
MI7 announces newest product "The Bridge" at the Connected Health Conference

AUSTIN, TX - MI7 announced the public availability of The Bridge - the companion product to its Q integration software suite at the Connected Health Conference in Washington, DC.

The country's leading healthcare innovators, digital health companies, NGO's, and healthcare providers are meeting in Washington, DC with discussions focused on engaging individuals in their personal health journey.

One new topic for discussion is leveraging data stored in The Bridge to analyze clinical data without putting pressure on the electronic health record system's core system.

The Bridge is a pre-configured Virtual Web Server with API endpoints that store clinical data as JSON in a scalable database ready for immediate deployment. It is designed to install and communicate natively with MI7's Q software in minutes.

"Our clients asked us to solve their key issue of collecting the clinical data that Q securely sends to their data center. The Bridge allows our clients to focus on using the data in their software and applications rather than building software to store the information." said Zac Jiwa, Chief Executive Officer of MI7. "The Connected Health Conference is a perfect event to debut The Bridge and how it unlocks healthcare data's infinite potential for analysis and insights to better engage the patient in their care."

"Q" has integrated with over 40 of the industry's top EHR systems and integration engines, which allows it to be a turnkey solution for application developers. Companies that use "Q" can quickly turn up hospitals, doctors offices, and clinics around the country. More information about "Q" can be found at

About MI7
We connect digital health apps to patient data. MI7's universal API, called "Q" - provides a direct connection to patient information in clinical data systems. "Q" is unique in its simplicity of implementation, affordability, and technology model that magically converts HL7 to JSON, freeing app developers from the need of a data integration engine or highly-trained and expensive HL7 staff. Simply put, MI7 makes it easy to build and deploy health care apps. "Q" - the health data liberation tool of choice for the top digital health apps in the market. Learn more at