• 22 April، 2021

Hyland Healthcare showcases successful with Healthcare Enterprise Connectathon

As the healthcare industry’s largest, most rigorous interoperability testing event, the IHE Connectathon brings together hundreds of top leaders to collaborate and test software against world-class standards. Hyland has built a strong presence at the event, noted as a top vendor passing over 100 interoperability profiles for its content services, capture, connectivity, and visualization tools. Hyland was one of the first vendors to demonstrate proficiency for a new profile, Patient Master Identity Registry (PMIR), which provides Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) RESTful patient identity management. The Patient Care Coordination and Cross Community domains were also emphasized in testing this year.


Recent HIMSS Market Intelligence healthcare leadership research* reveals that although hospitals and health systems strive to meet stringent interoperability challenges, more than half still experience obstacles reaching their goals. According to the 2020 survey, 47 percent of healthcare leader organizations stated managing unstructured data is the most significant obstacle to improving interoperability. As a leading provider of content services for more than a decade, and one of the most prolific testers of interoperability at the IHE Connectathon, Hyland’s content services platform, and enterprise imaging solutions help connect unstructured data and images across the healthcare ecosystem to enforce interoperability between systems.


Razvan Atanasiu, Chief Technology Officer of Hyland Healthcare said, “Unstructured data is an integral part of a patient’s overall medical history. In the current business climate, healthcare providers continue to enforce telehealth, remote work and digital interactions with patients making interoperability even more important. Hyland solves interoperability challenges by connecting vital medical images and unstructured content with core clinical systems so healthcare providers gain a full view of patient information to make more informed care decisions.”