Industries – Healthcare
Application and Data Integration
Sorice solution provides comprehensive health application development and data integration solutions using the Java, .Net and PHP and open source technology stacks. Our staff is experienced in industry-standard databases such as Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server.
Sorice solution specializes in developing automated regression testing utilities for its customers to reduce the testing cycle and cost.
Using our in-depth knowledge of interoperable standards such as HL7, DICOM, HIPAA, ICD, IHE, LOINC, SNOMED, NCPDP SCRIPT, etc., Sorice solution can help customers achieve these standards with perfection. Our staff is experienced in delivering solutions using industry-standard interfacing products such as Mirth, Cloverleaf, etc.
Our implementation expertise includes Electronic Medical Records, Laboratory Information Systems, Hospital Information Systems and National/State registries. Implementations also include bi-directional EMR interfaces, and hospital ADTs among others.
There is no other industry that has seen rapid adoption of mobile devices other than the healthcare industry. Sorice solution can help its customer’s mobile enable their solutions quickly using standards-based cross-device compatible frameworks such as jQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch, etc.
Sorice solution can help customers certify their EMR/EHRs by providing gap analysis as well as provide solutions that will enable them to get certified sooner from certifying bodies such as CCHIT. Our staff is the most experienced in Meaningful Use certifications.
What is Meaningful Use?
Of the $800 billion in federal funding included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), $25 billion was devoted to stimulating the adoption of healthcare information technology nationwide. This segment of ARRA, known as the Healthcare Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, offers incentives to providers who demonstrate “meaningful use” of healthcare IT.
The ARRA 2009 provides substantial stimulus expenditures to the healthcare IT industry – $20 billion for the development and adoption of HIT. Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is the bread-and butter concern of the health information technology marketplace.