Creating Regional and National Electronic Health Records with InterSystems HealthShare

Creating Regional and National Electronic Health Records with InterSystems HealthShareAround the world, healthcare delivery systems are increasingly focused on creating regional and national Electronic Health Records (EHR). The sharing of clinical information increases the accessibility of important health information, can reduce costs through elimination of duplicate tests and prescriptions, and most importantly, improves the quality of care. The availability of such information in emergency situations can literally save lives.

In many cases, these solutions are being approached as ad hoc projects. However, the complexity of healthcare systems makes the development of such sophisticated clinical applications on a custom-programming basis impractical as well as uneconomical. Effective aggregation and sharing of information stored in disparate existing systems requires a product-based approach that incorporates proven components. At the same time, the differing needs of various regions and nations make it essential to use a product that can be easily and rapidly extended to provide additional capabilities.

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About InterSystems
InterSystems Corporation is a global software product company with headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and offices in 22 countries. InterSystems provides innovative products that enable fast development, deployment, and integration of enterprise-class applications. InterSystems CACHÉ® is a high performance object database that makes applications faster and more scalable. InterSystems Ensemble® is a rapid integration platform that enriches applications with new functionality, and makes them connectable. InterSystems HealthShare™ is a platform that leverages existing healthcare applications to rapidly create regional or national electronic health records. InterSystems TrakCare™ is an advanced patient-centric healthcare information system that is installed in leading hospitals in 25 countries. For more information, visit www.InterSystems.com.

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