FHIR-enabled interoperability platform and its advantages
The right interoperable solution harnesses complete data potential and facilitates successful data exchange across various care platforms.
Allows users to tag and flag clinical information to customize user workflows, restrict unauthorized access and enable granular auditing. New tags can be added according to the user’s preference.
RapidFire supports a comprehensive view of patients’ clinical and demographical data in one location. This empowers providers to understand patient history and to administer patient-specific and effective healthcare.
Introducing horizontally and vertically scalable system to store, access and aggregate clinical data with minimal downtime and maximum efficiency.
RapidFire’s mobile and web-based interface is intuitively developed and has features such as the graphical representation of patient data, customizable user interface and real-time notifications. Role-based personalization is implemented ensuring a high degree of security.
One of the best consent management mechanisms, this is developed to be flexible, easily configurable, granular and hierarchical in design with the ability to create, modify and revoke consent. Unlike the all-or-nothing approach, patients can choose to provide consent for certain entities for certain data sets.
Extremely flexible architecture can integrate any additional data specifications such as data from the fields of education, profession, social community and law enforcement to understand Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and supports having a holistic view.
RapidFire is versatile and can be hosted in AWS, Google Cloud, Azure or any other data center.
RapidFire is equipped with it’s own EMPI to facilitate rapid implementation and swift integration. It can also be integrated with any EMPI solution.
Every piece of data can be tracked to the source message and all information accesses are traced, reported and can be audited for compliance purposes.
Disparate clinical data from different sources is expeditiously ingested, maintaining a six-sigma level of accuracy.