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Health IT and Data

The tools to implement interoperable data and systems for EHR and HIE

FEFA provides the tools to implement interoperable data and systems for EHR and HIE

Data Management for Healthcare Organizations

Nearly every industry today is grappling with IT issues surrounding the ever-expanding amount of data; the applications and databases that use data; and the regulations governing how that data is shared. But the healthcare industry faces a unique set of challenges in modernizing its infrastructure. Healthcare Organizations are being tasked with developing and operating solutions that integrate data from a range of patient, clinical, and back office systems to healthcare providers, patients, payers, and technology companies. Federal regulations mandate that data and systems be interoperable and able to be used for electronic health records (EHR) and health information exchanges (HIE) while meeting the requirements of ICD-10 and HIPAA 5010.

As healthcare organizations tackle these projects, the IT project teams need to ensure they have the right tools in place to support the complex infrastructure required to design, build, and run these 24x7 applications and the databases and data on which they rely.

Unparalleled Performance for Health IT Applications

A myriad of problems can arise when developing systems. From the time these applications are being designed, through to production, the IT team is responsible for their performance. Underpinning the performance of these 24x7 applications are the data and databases. FEFA provides the tools needed in every phase of your project, from implementation, to design, to building and running your health IT applications. Our tools accelerate data sharing, increase visibility into data growth, and pinpoint and fix database performance issues to ensure 24x7 uptime.

FEFA provides you the tools to:

  • Accelerate data integration and understanding of data sources from disparate applications and systems;
  • Increase visibility into data growth patterns with storage and object growth tracking facilities to reactively resolve problems;
  • Maximize database performance with diagnostics to proactively pinpoint, diagnose, and optimize poor-performing SQL code;
  • Ensure 24x7 uptime through database monitoring and alert notification solutions.