InterSystems IRIS FHIR accelerator service enables easy retrieval and storage of health data



CAMBRIDGE, Mass .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – InterSystems, a provider of creative data technologies dedicated to helping customers solve the most critical scalability, interoperability and speed issues, today announced the launch of the InterSystems IRIS® FHIR® Accelerator service. A fully managed enterprise server for HL7® FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources), it provides developers with a simple, secure and scalable repository to store and share healthcare data for their applications.

When FHIR developers create innovative applications that integrate daily life data, for example, applications that track the diagnosis of COVID-19 or that integrate with medical Internet of Things (IoMT) devices, they have need a way to manage this data. And as the healthcare environment expands beyond traditional healthcare environments, the need for interoperability in healthcare IT grows.

The InterSystems IRIS FHIR Accelerator service is a reliable turnkey solution for FHIR data storage and retrieval, enabling developers to be more efficient and bring their applications to market faster.

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The main features of the IRIS FHIR accelerator service include:

Predefined authorization and authentication with OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0 using Cognito Authorization Server, which includes intuitive methods for selecting custom FHIR scopes and allows developers to easily configure access control for users and applications .
Application programming interface (API) keys that authenticate incoming FHIR requests.
A developer interface that enables more efficient testing, provides information about the FHIR APIs available to an application, and details the API requests needed to store and retrieve those resources.
Available on AWS Marketplace and coming soon to other popular cloud providers.
Support for the latest R4 version of HL7 FHIR, including United States Master Data for Interoperability (USCDI).
Support for batch import of FHIR bundles via Secure File Transfer Protocol (sFTP), making it easy to get started in application development quickly.
Exceptional high availability through mirroring.
Continuous updates and new features are provided automatically.
“At InterSystems, we work to ensure that our customers can achieve true interoperability and derive value from their healthcare data,” said Don Woodlock, healthcare solutions manager for InterSystems. “With a solution like InterSystems IRIS FHIR Accelerator Service, developers have the technology they need to leverage interoperability and create solutions to reduce costs, improve patient engagement, facilitate better outcomes and strengthen their initiatives. innovation. “


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