A newly published case study in partnership with HIMSS Media reveals how Qvera’s visual Interface Engine, used to replace ConnectR, has expanded data integration capabilities and lowered operating costs for Revere Health, the largest independent, multi-specialty physician group in Utah.
After learning that its interface engine vendor was ending technical support, Revere Health was forced to search for a new solution. But when the Revere team found a replacement, they learned that not all interface engines are created equal.
By making the switch to the Qvera Interface Engine, Revere Health not only addressed its continuity concerns, but also improved workflows, simplified interfacing, moved integration work back in house instead of outsourcing to expensive consultants, and increased the amount of patient data it could exchange with other medical facilities, state regstries and health information exchanges.
Replacing the ConnectR interface engine lowers costs and enables bi-directional data exchange with state registries, local hospitals and in-house IT systems
Interoperability is Critical to Patient Care
“That’s our whole world; if the data isn’t processing through the engine, doctors can’t work efficiently.”
Lead Interface Analyst – Revere Health
Standards and State Registries
“Revere Health was able to contribute data for quite a while to our health information exchange. Now we feel we’re able to give back and push information directly to their systems, which is valuable to their physicians and other members of their communities.”
Matthew Hoffman, MD
CMIO – Utah Health Information Network (UHIN)
Enabling Innovation and Improving Workflows
“The more systems we can integrate, and the more data we can bring in and feed out to other systems, the better.”
Director of Data Analytics and Development – Revere Health