Dapasoft announced Thursday launch of the initial version of Corolar Cloud, an easy-to-use Health Level Seven (HL7) integration engine running on Microsoft Azure. The Corolar Cloud clinical data integration engine was designed and developed with Microsoft Logic Apps on Azure.
Corolar Cloud enables healthcare CIOs to securely on-board the latest mobile healthcare apps and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for improving quality of care and reducing cost of care.
Whether a SaaS vendor is looking to HL7-enable the cloud healthcare app, or a healthcare provider looking to reduce the cost associated with b2b healthcare integration, Corolar Cloud’s simple and intuitive point-and-click configuration interface enables legacy healthcare systems to integrate with best of breed healthcare mobile and SaaS apps.
With Corolar Cloud, users get access to integration engine for healthcare designed and developed on Azure using Logic Apps; delivers pay-as-you-go healthcare integration model caters to providers, payors, and app developers on Azure; and ensure easy interoperability by working with MLLP, FHIR, C-CDA, and HL7 (v2 and v3) standards. It also provides an easy-to-deploy and use clinical data repository for health analytics in Azure SQL Database with easy-to-use graphical UX drives down the cost of developing and maintaining HL7 integrations on MLLP.
Corolar Cloud runs on Azure, but can cater to an organization’s on-premises needs since it is compatible with Microsoft BizTalk. Corolar Cloud is being adopted by various mobile and cloud app developers familiar with the Microsoft technology stack. Early adopters of Corolar Cloud include a major public health care agency in North America and a cloud-based real-time healthcare appointment scheduling application developer.
Corolar Cloud is designed to reduce interface management complexity for lean healthcare IT organizations. The company is doing this to offer a configurable role-based dashboard and control centre. To simplify manageability it offers configurable notifications and alerts so that users can set and forget interfaces. The alerts and notifications are driven off the company’s built in logging system that tracks all interface activity to individual message operations, channel activity, (or inactivity) based on predefined rules.
“As a leader in healthcare IT, Dapasoft recognizes the demand from providers, payors, and app developers for a secure, scalable, and easy-to-deploy clinical data integration engine,” said Michael Lonsway, president at Dapasoft. “By providing a clinical data integration engine on Azure we are able to provide a highly secure, scalable, and easy-to-use clinical data integration to any electronic health records (EHR) or healthcare analytics systems. We are thrilled to innovate and bring Azure-based HL7 integration to the market.”
“Microsoft is pleased to see Dapasoft use Microsoft Azure to drive healthcare interoperability forward. Azure is recognized by Gartner as a leader in cloud IaaS; and now with Corolar Cloud healthcare providers, payors, and app developers can benefit from Azure-powered healthcare integration,” said Hector Rodriguez, Director U.S. Health and Life Sciences at Microsoft.