Intermediaries are indispensable to health organizations because crucial data gets generated at multiple service points. From care givers to diagnostics to providers, a patient’s medical record is subjected to changes across the treatment cycle. This creates interoperability challenges due to the presence of disparate IT systems and standards.
Suja’s expertise in Blockchain for healthcare helps healthcare organizations to tide over all the interoperability challenges expressed by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology. Our blockchain based solution for Patient Mediated Exchange to health records, MiQlave, gives patients complete access and authentication controls over their health information without interoperability issues from any EMR platform. MiQlave’s unique print driver (patent pending) eliminates the need for an EMR interface, thus saving on investments on additional technologies.
Our blockchain technologies bring in innovative ways to unlock the value of interoperability by enabling healthcare organizations with frictionless access to data lakes, from which research and analytics can be drawn to improve care for predictable and positive outcomes.