With the expansion of the healthcare industry, more and more clinical data is generated. To provide accurate and efficient care, providers must keep up with the pace of data expansion and harvest it.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is actively promoting FHIR standard interoperability in healthcare systems. In order to migrate to Interoperability platforms and promote seamless data exchange, the healthcare systems experienced an increase in the workload which has necessitated a high-performing data ingestion framework.
RapidFire’s Big Data Ingestion framework can intake data in a variety of formats and store it in an enhanced FHIR data model, which leverages relational and document storage principles.
Our data ingestion system can ingest different data formats like HL7, CCDA, FHIR, Excel, XML, Claim Files and Custom JSONs and standardize them as advanced FHIR resources. This makes RapidFire a highly versatile and adaptable system enabling it to work with various existing systems such as providers, pharmacies, laboratories, specialty care centers, radiology centers etc.
Data ingestion works with API endpoints and hence, data can be read from or input into the server in any desired data format, ensuring pull-push operability. Data can be converted to FHIR resources and can be shared directly from the server for deriving analytics, viewing consolidated records and combining to make reports etc.
Healthcare systems should process data in a structured and organized format for data exchange, analysis, quality & research, and clinical decisions. But different sources follow various code systems, making the aggregation of data a complex task.
Thanks to Terminology services, RapidFire maps these values to a standard code. It combines concepts of a particular domain and provides a reference to related terms, definitions, and codes.
Aigilx health specializes in developing Interoperability solutions to create a healthcare ecosystem and aids in the delivery of efficient, patient-centric and population-focused healthcare.