AUSTIN, TX - MI7, an Austin-based medical intelligence services company announced that, in conjunction with several clients, it has deployed the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard at hospitals using non-FHIR enabled Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems.
"MI7 clients install our product Q at a hospital or provider location and immediately interact with the EMR as if were FHIR-compliant." said Randall Baker, President of MI7. He added "We are excited about the Argonaut Project's approach and have joined them in using the JASON Task Force recommendations to deploy our software."
One key feature of Q is converting traditional HL7 messages to FHIR-compliant JSON. Installing Q allows application developers to connect their backend systems to operate within the JASON Task Force's recommended implementation of FHIR. This greatly accelerates the application developer's implementation time at their clients location. Q can cut a three month integration project down to a few minutes.
Q has integrated with dozens of the top EMRs which allows it to be a turnkey service for application developers. Companies that use Q can quickly turn on FHIR interfaces at hospitals around the country.
We link apps to patient data. MI7's universal API called "Q" provides a direct connection to patient information in EMR, EHR, and EDR systems. "Q" is unique in its simplicity of implementation, affordability, and ingenious technical model that magically converts HL7 to JSON, freeing app developers from the need of a data integration engine or highlytrained and expensive HL7 staff. Simply put, MI7 makes it easy to build and deploy healthcare apps. "Q" the health data liberation tool of choice for the top healthcare apps in the market. Learn more at mi7.io