KMS Healthcare has introduced a healthcare technology (HIT) interoperability platform, CONNECT, to support health tech organisations.

The tool offers a suite of configurable, pre-tested, fast healthcare interoperability resources (FHIR), APIs, and an HL7 conversion engine to simplify the clinical data exchange and integration processes.

It offers instant access to all major electronic health records (EHRs) through a centralised platform.

This allows the teams to quickly start testing and developing their applications, using the realistic test data.

It eliminates the complexity, as well as time, needed for developing individual sandbox connections with each EHR, in addition to streamlining the transition from testing to production.

The company stated that CONNECT offers integrations with Veradigm, Meditech, eClinicalWorks, Cerner, athenahealth, Epic Systems, and NextGen.

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It also noted that the platform addresses the challenge of interoperability costs in the healthcare industry and offers many support services, including developing custom APIs and building SMART on FHIR applications, that can be tailored to customer requirements.

The platform’s key features include streamlined interoperability, security measures to protect patient data, a configurable HL7-to-FHIR interface engine, and a connectivity dashboard to monitor API connections.

It also includes more than 75 pre-tested, FHIR-based standardised APIs for configuring, testing, and implementing the healthcare developers’ EHR connections.

KMS Healthcare Product head Irina Donohue said: “By offering a tool to support healthtech organisations in developing and testing their solutions before making live API connections, we hope this platform can serve as a resource for healthcare connectivity.

“As the healthcare landscape continues to evolve, our team remains dedicated to providing innovative solutions like CONNECT that address the most pressing challenges healthcare organisations face today.”