Fiorano Health Data Exchange Framework

 

Fiorano Healthcare Data Exchange Framework

The Fiorano Health Data Exchange is a platform that facilitates sharing of healthcare data between organizations, applications and systems. It is built on Fiorano's Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) with support for high speed, reliable messaging, healthcare protocol standards, and integration with legacy or existing Healthcare Systems. The Fiorano Health Data Exchange was used to create the Fiorano Interoperability Tool Kit (ITK) Framework, which has been awarded the ITK v2 accreditation for integrating NHS systems.

The Fiorano Health Data Exchange is an ideal platform for HIX and HIE. Its reliability and unlimited scalability make it a perfect choice for the real time, high transaction requirements of the emerging Healthcare market.

By utilizing graphical, executable, orchestration tools it is quick and easy to create and implement Business Process Integration flows and transformations for healthcare data. An organization can link a consumer's information to a suitable choice of insurers or eligibility for Medicaid as part of a Health Insurance Exchange (HIX). You can also implement and manage a Health Information Exchange (HIE) and facilitate communication between a patient and a Healthcare provider as part of a well-being program.

Fiorano Health Data Exchange Framework

Features & Standards

Key Features

  • Ideal integration platform for implementing an HIX / HIE / Medicaid management information system
  • HL7v2, EDIFACT, XML, flat file messaging
  • Message tracking with non-repudiation
  • Document transmission
  • Simple routing and system adapter configuration

Supported Standards

  • JMS, JCA, JMX
  • XML - XSLT, Xpath, Xquery
  • Web Services - WSDL, UDDI, SOAP
  • Security - SSL, JAAS, JSSE
  • BPM
  • J2EE, .NET, HTTP, JDBC, EDI

It is possible to check eligibility against Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and state health subsidy programs. It can also provide real-time verification checks against:

  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
  • Homeland Security's Systematic Alien Verification of Entitlement (SAVE)
  • Social Security Administration (SSA)
  • National Directory of New Hires
  • Electronic Verification of Vital Events Record System (EVVE)
  • State Income and Eligibility Verification System (IEVS)
  • Public Assistance Reporting Information System (PARIS)
  • U.S. Postal Service Address Standardization (USPS)

Benefits of the Framework

Solution Creation Environment

Fiorano's powerful orchestration studio to help build solutions using a rich set of adapters plus support for native coding languages to create new adapters, if required. Visual tools are also included to describe transformations, mappings and content based routing. Solutions can even be extended at runtime without having to stop and start the entire system.

Business Process Management

Existing or new business processes that require human interaction and complex rule processing for decisions can be mapped and then integrated into a solution.

Powerful service deployment and runtime control

The solution processes can be deployed across multiple machines and integrated event-interception provides runtime debugging from within the graphical studio, regardless of how the processes are distributed. There is also a centralised web-based console to monitor, audit and manage solutions.

Peer-to-peer architecture for performance, scalability and reliability

At the core lies Fiorano's high performance message queuing system. This enables a peer-to-peer architecture with linear scalability and parallel processing with no single point of failure or need for a centralised control/data server. The built-in reliability of the queuing system means that messages are never lost.

Security

Fiorano Software intergrates with existing security implementations and standards.

Standards based Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

The SOA can mediate between multiple standard protocols, e.g.: HTTP, SOAP, REST, LLP, FTP, SMTP, JMS, MSMQ.

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