HL7 FHIR Software Development

Our expertise is to create interoperable HL7 solutions that integrate EHR, Health Information Exchanges, Pharmacy, and medical device software.

FHIR Software Development

Integrate Health applications using HL7 FHIR framework for interoperability and compliance requirements

FHIR Enabled Health Data Optimization

Wi4's unique methodologies and tools accelerate interoperability and support compliance with CMS/ONC Rules using FHIR

Rapid HL7 Integration

Connect any system to any system period! If you need to have two systems talk to each other using HL7, your search stops here.

EHR Interoperability

Wi4 integrate your application with Epic, Allscripts, Praxis EMR, eClinicalWorks, Cerner, NextGen, athenahealth, GE Centricity, Meditech, Greenway Health or any other EHR system.

What we Offer

We can handle all your processes, starting from the needs assessment to implementing the data and tools you need to create robust programs.

Our program managers come from a diverse background of technology, research, and social/ health expertise. We have implemented multi–million dollar programs impacting millions of end–users. Our passion for making a difference through technology, research, and science makes these programs successful.

EHR systems for mental health providers

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A national sample (N = 982) of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for the period 2011–2016 was examined regarding the relationship between the age and extent of health information technology (HIT) use and clinical performance. We found that each additional year of HIT use was associated with an approximate 4 percent increase in both process and outcome measures of clinical performance. Furthermore, FQHCs that fully adopted HIT had 7 percent higher clinical performance on hypertension control than those that did not adopt HIT. This study’s findings can assist stakeholders to make informed decisions for improving care and sustaining a competitive advantage. A national sample (N = 982) of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for the period 2011–2016 was examined regarding the relationship between the age and extent of health information technology (HIT) use and clinical performance.A national sample (N = 982) of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for the period 2011–2016 was examined regarding the relationship between the age and extent of health information technology (HIT) use and clinical performance. We found that each additional year of HIT use was associated with an approximate 4 percent increase in both process and outcome measures of clinical performance. Furthermore, FQHCs that fully.

A national sample (N = 982) of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for the period 2011–2016 was examined regarding the relationship between the age and extent of health information technology (HIT) use and clinical performance. We found that each additional year of HIT use was associated with an approximate 4 percent increase in both process and outcome measures of clinical performance. Furthermore, FQHCs that fully adopted HIT had 7 percent higher clinical performance on hypertension control than those that did not adopt HIT. This study’s findings can assist stakeholders to make informed decisions for improving care and sustaining a competitive advantage.

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A national sample (N = 982) of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for the period 2011–2016 was examined regarding the relationship between the age and extent of health information technology (HIT) use and clinical performance. We found that each additional year of HIT use was associated with an approximate 4 percent increase in both process and outcome measures of clinical performance. Furthermore, FQHCs that fully adopted HIT had 7 percent higher clinical performance on hypertension control than those that did not adopt HIT. This study’s findings can assist stakeholders to make informed decisions for improving care and sustaining a competitive advantage. A national sample (N = 982) of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for the period 2011–2016 was examined regarding the relationship between the age and extent of health information technology (HIT) use and clinical performance.

A national sample (N = 982) of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for the period 2011–2016 was examined regarding the relationship between the age and extent of health information technology (HIT) use and clinical performance. We found that each additional year of HIT use.

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One of our differentiators is to develop research–backed solutions. Our team comes from a hardcore research background. We work with you to deeply understand your needs, what your customers want, how best they can use it, and how they can become your brand ambassador.

Our associations with academia, technology centers, and product organizations give us a unique capability to blend research and practice. We offer a full cycle of solutions from designing problem statements, design thinking–based user surveys, collecting data, and applying analytics and predictive analytics tools.