Integration Framework

Integration framework
Faichi’s Rapid Integration framework (FRIF) has been developed to solve integration challenges faced by healthcare organizations around exchanging patient demographic and medical records data. Our Framework has the ability to share Continuity of Care records using HL7 Version 3 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA).

Key features:

  • Built using leading open source EAI platform
  • Offers greater flexibility and scalability
  • Process any data format (HL7, XML, JSON, EDI, DICOM etc.,) 
  • Supports all protocols (FTP, Web services, TCP/IP etc.,) 
  • Eliminate vendor incompatibility issues
  • Real time integration
  • Supports direct messaging to send encrypted health information over internet

Our Work

Digital Care Management Platform with EHR Integration

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  • Creation of the digital care management platform  consisting of web app, iOS front end, integrations with EHRs, Registration processes for the wellness & CCM…
Integrating TeleHealth into Clinical Practices

REQUIREMENTS

  • Client had several enquiries from practices around ways to leverage video collaboration platform to provide remote patient consultation.…
Development of Analytics platform for PHM and transition to Value-Based Care

REQUIREMENTS

With an innovative idea of providing a personalized population health management, our customer raised substantial funding. They wanted to take this idea…

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