Friday Nov 14, 2014

SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration By Mala Ramakrishna

Delivering on your Healthcare Imperatives

Leveraging the Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare integration allows connecting clinical and administrative processes. It delivers reliable, secure, and cost-effective ways to exchange information and provides payers and providers with a versatile platform for enterprise-wide information sharing. SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration provides the following:


  • Improves time to market and maximizes business agility with healthcare domain expertise inbuilt into your platform
  • Delivers on unparalleled performance and better visibility across the board on your healthcare systems
  • Lowers total cost of ownership with a unified healthcare integration framework

In order to stay abreast of new industry developments related to electronic medical records, health insurance exchanges, and fee-for-performance care models, health care organizations need to build, buy and integrate many types of software applications. Having a consistent SOA infrastructure helps these organizations to leverage essential business processes so that these software applications can interact and exchange information in a consistent way.
As the standards governing healthcare practices mature and the implementation of EHR systems becomes more ubiquitous, the benefits of having an interoperable infrastructure will become progressively more important. Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration provides essential capabilities required for doctors, hospitals, laboratories, pharmacies, and other entities by facilitating the sharing of information in a secure and standards-based way.
To learn more, leverage this new resource kit on SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration. It is a one stop for a deep understanding on the offering. It includes white papers, case studies, customer stories, and technical resources that help increase quality, efficiency and accountability of healthcare.
To learn more on what's new in Oracle SOA Suite 12c, join us at the live webcast on Wednesday, July 30 at 10am. To find out more: Introducing Oracle SOA Suite 12c.

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Wednesday Aug 06, 2014

Oracle HealthCare Integration by Mala Ramakrishnan

Being able to exchange data among internal applications as well as with external partners and government agencies has always been a difficult task. Lacking a comprehensive integration strategy, many organizations find themselves creating new or customized solutions for each new business challenge. This splintered approach invariably leads to a heterogeneous environment that is difficult to manage and costly to operate - which is why a large percentage of IT budgets are spent on interoperability-related projects.

In the healthcare arena, one of the reasons for these difficulties stems from increasingly stringent regulations. Federal data initiatives arising from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Public Health Information Network (PHIN), and the National Health Information Network (NHIN) all dictate how data must be formatted, archived and exchanged throughout its lifecycle. The Medicare Modernization Act and the Medicare Information Technology Architecture (MMA and MITA), Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO) initiatives, Health Information Exchanges (HIE), and continually evolving FDA safety laws also influence the way organizations in this dynamic industry must exchange data - adding additional confusion and complexity for health care organizations.

Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration is part of a comprehensive middleware environment designed to correlate data points, link applications, and comply with the myriad challenges of this highly regulated, data-intensive industry. Smoothing data interchange helps streamline every phase of the healthcare lifecycle - from initiation, eligibility, and enrollment to service delivery, program analysis, and reporting.

In this screencast, Anant Kadiyala, VP of Technology Services from TechDemocracy helps us understand the challenges underlying the healthcare industry and how Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration is positioned to help organizations succeed in this space. Oracle’s mature middleware tools help providers to interface clinical and administrative systems as they share information, both internally among departments as well as externally with other providers and insurance carriers. This level of automation makes it easier to respond to citizens, to meet federal requirements, and to adhere to popular industry standards. Watch the video here.

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Tuesday Jun 24, 2014

SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration

Accreditation: Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration has been awarded UK's ITK Certification for NHS Trust Hospitals - OTN

  • ITK Accreditation means that the system supplier has proven that a product has been developed and tested against the ITK specifications - Details
  • Oracle's SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration 11g PS6 is now on the approved supplier list as publicized on UK HSCIS site.

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Sunday Jun 01, 2014

Why Healthcare Today Needs BPM and SOA by Avio

Within the past couple years, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has led to significant changes in the healthcare industry. A highly-complex supply chain between patients, providers, buyers and insurance companies has led to a lack of overall collaboration when it comes to processes.

The first open enrollment deadline for products on the Health Insurance Exchange has passed. So what now? Let’s take a brief look at how things have changed and what organizations can do to stay in (and ahead of) the game.

New requirements, new processes
Organizations that have not adapted processes to meet new regulatory requirements will fall further behind. New regulatory requirements effectively make some legacy applications obsolete, require batch process to move to real-time, and more. Business Process Management (BPM) can help organizations bring data processes in line while helping IT redesign processes rather than change code or replace existing applications. BPM fills in application gaps and links critical information systems for a more visible, efficient and auditable organization.

Social and mobile solutions
BPM technology also facilitates social and mobile solutions that can help meet new needs. Patients are dependent on a network of doctors, pharmacists, families and others. Social solutions can connect members of the patient’s community in ways never seen before - enabling real-time, relevant communication. Likewise, mobile technology supports social solutions, and BPM is the most efficient way to make processes simple and role-based. It unties medical professionals from their offices by enabling them to access timely information and alerts anywhere.

Why SOA is also needed
Integrating BPM with Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) also plays a critical role in the development of healthcare solutions that work. SOA can create a single end-to-end process, integrate applications and move them into a common workflow. While SOA enables the reutilization of existing IT infrastructure, BPM supports the process optimization, monitoring and social aspects. SOA and BPM applications support business analysts as they model, create and monitor processes - providing real-time insight and a unified workflow of process activities.

Read “New” Solutions for a New Healthcare Landscape on our blog to learn more.

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Tuesday May 27, 2014

IoT Developer Challenge & Healthcare presentation & projects


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Saturday Feb 15, 2014

Connecting Clinical and Administrative Processes: Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration

SOA HealthcareOne of the biggest IT challenges facing today’s health care industry is the difficulty in finding reliable, secure, and cost-effective ways to exchange information. Buyers and providers need versatile platforms for enterprise-wide information sharing. Clinicians require accurate information to provide quality care to patients while administrators need integrated information for all facets of the business operation. Both sides of the organization must be able to access information from research and development systems, practice management systems, claims systems, financial systems, and many others. Externally, these organizations must share claims data, patient records, pharmaceutical data, lab reports, and diagnostic information among third party entities - all while complying with emerging standards for formatting, processing, and storing electronic health records (EHR).

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) enables developers to integrate many types of software applications, databases and computing platforms within a particular health network as well as with community, state, and national health information exchanges. The Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration is designed to provide healthcare organizations with comprehensive integration capabilities within a unified middleware platform, as well as with healthcare libraries and templates for streamlining healthcare IT projects. It reduces the need for specialized skills and enforces an enterprise-wide view of critical healthcare data.  Read the complete article here.

At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) the latest SOA Suite for healthcare presentation is available.

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Tuesday Jan 21, 2014

SOA Suite Healthcare on-demand trainings

Oracle Learning Library offers a series of SOA Suite Healthcare on-demand trainings.

Title

Release Dateclip_image001

Releases

Tags

Level

Role

Testing a Healthcare SOA Composite Application

30-Sep-13

SOA Suite 11g, Release 1

Dashboard, HL7, Healthcare, Reporting, SOA, Simulator

Intermediate

Integration Developer, Application Developer

Creating Java Callouts with Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration

30-Sep-13

SOA Suite 11g, Release 1

HL7, Healthcare, Java, SOA, callout

Intermediate

Integration Developer, Application Developer

Creating Endpoints with Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration

21-Sep-13

SOA Suite 11g, Release 1

HL7, Healthcare, SOA, endpoint

Basic

Integration Developer

Creating a Healthcare SOA Composite Application

21-Sep-13

SOA Suite 11g, Release 1

HL7, Healthcare, SOA, composite

Intermediate

Integration Developer, Application Developer

Introduction to Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration Part 2

24-Aug-13

SOA Suite 11g, Release 1

Healthcare, SOA, data integration

Basic

SOA Architect, Application Developer

Getting Started with Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration Series

23-Aug-13

SOA Suite 11g, Release 1

Healthcare, SOA, data integration, soa suite

Basic

SOA Architect, Application Developer

Introduction to Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration

11-Apr-13

SOA Suite 11g, Release 1

Healthcare, SOA, data integration

Basic


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Monday Jan 20, 2014

Connecting Clinical and Administrative Processes: Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration By Mala Ramakrishnan

One of the biggest IT challenges facing today’s health care industry is the difficulty finding reliable, secure, and cost-effective ways to exchange information. Payers and providers need versatile platforms for enterprise-wide information sharing. Clinicians require accurate information to provide quality care to patients while administrators need integrated information for all facets of the business operation. Both sides of the organization must be able to access information from research and development systems, practice management systems, claims systems, financial systems, and many others. Externally, these organizations must share claims data, patient records, pharmaceutical data, lab reports, and diagnostic information among third party entities - all while complying with emerging standards for formatting, processing, and storing electronic health records (EHR).

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) enables developers to integrate many types of software applications, databases and computing platforms within a particular health network as well as with community, state, and national health information exchanges. The Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration is designed to provide healthcare organizations with comprehensive integration capabilities within a unified middleware platform, as well as with healthcare libraries and templates for streamlining healthcare IT projects. It reduces the need for specialized skills and enforces an enterprise-wide view of critical healthcare data.

SOA Healthcare

Here is a new white paper that details more about this offering: Oracle SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration.

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Sunday Nov 10, 2013

EAIESB is happy to announce “Advanced Oracle Healthcare in 21 Days” book

This books is written on Latest PS6 (11.1.1.7) and available at the EAIESB website.

Looking for additional SOA books or if you have published a book, please feel free to add it to our publications wiki!

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Tuesday Mar 27, 2012

SOA Community Newsletter March 2012

Dear SOA partner community member

Thank you for your excellent feedback on the brand new Patch Set 5! PS5 is a combined release of all Fusion Middleware components. We recommend you to use this version for all your upcoming projects. We are very keen to know your feedback on PS5. We request you to please send it across to us, especially if your fist customers are in production.

Edwin, Roland and Demed from product management published a joint paper Start Small, Grow Fast. Please let us know if you are interested to write a joint paper.
Till we meet again!

Till we meet again!

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