You won’t have to modify your legacy data storage extensively, which would take significant time and financial resources.
Custom FHIR Facade Development
To enable your medical proprietary data transmission in the FHIR format
gain advantages from custom FHIR facade development for exchanging, integrating, sharing, and retrieving your healthcare data
Easy to integrate
Kodjin FHIR Facade
A custom-developed server solution that acts as an FHIR interface and enables seamless interoperability between your healthcare system and third-party FHIR-based applications.
Easy to integrate
We will help you connect your FHIR Facade with other FHIR-compliant systems, no matter which structure and terminology you use.
We will keep your data safe using industry-proven authentication and authorization mechanisms: OAuth2, OpenID Connect, and SMART-on-FHIR.
We will create an FHIR-compliant solution for you that will correspond to all the regulation requirements, including ONC compliance.
We had a great experience working with a closely-knit challenge-loving team of FHIR experts. The creators of the Kodjin Interoperability Suite proved to be reliable partners who met the deadlines and provided a solution tailored to our requirements. If your integration project requires expertise in FHIR — engineers from the Kodjin team are a perfect choice, as they know this standard in all its details.
Here are some cases of how the Kodjin Interoperability Suite may be used
Connect with healthcare systems (such as EHR, LIS, imaging and practice management software, billing, etc.) to exchange data between these systems in the HL7 FHIR standard.
Transform your data from HL7 v2 or other proprietary standards into the FHIR format.
The FHIR interface facilitates the seamless exchange of any kind of healthcare information at a top-of-the-line interoperability standard, including custom data formats.
That needs to access data from several non-FHIR back-end systems.
Adopting FHIR will ensure your healthcare data remains compliant with current and future government mandates.
Say "no" to costly custom integrations
Our FHIR developers will design and implement a streamlined HL7 FHIR interface based on our Kodjin Interoperability Suite for your existing healthcare applications and future integrations with new entities.
Explore more of our FHIR-based products
Kodjin Terminology Service
Comes as a part of the Kodjin interoperability suite
Software to handle various types of healthcare terminology that help different healthcare systems match their medical codes, terms, and terminology systems of any size and complexity for effective information management and exchange
Kodjin Data Mapper
Comes as a part of the kodjin interoperability suite
A tool designed for fast and convenient mapping of HL7v2, C-CDA, and custom proprietary data formats to FHIR. It helps integrate, convert, and exchange different types of healthcare data seamlessly, regardless of the number of different sources and formats you use.
Why choose Kodjin
High performance and scalability
The Kodjin FHIR Server is designed for high-load projects at its core. It was created to handle up to 40M+ patient records.
Developed with deep expertise in FHIR
Our team of architects, business analysts, and developers are deeply knowledgeable about FHIR and have extensive experience in developing FHIR-based solutions.
We offer flexible and customized solutions based on our Kodjin Interoperability Suite with FHIR-based custom development if needed.
Kodjin utilizes an asynchronous event-driven approach to ensure maximum performance and efficiency.
The Kodjin FHIR Server is highly customizable and easily managed without involving high-priced developers.
Created from scratch
The FHIR Server was created from scratch based on lessons learned and customers’ requests to solve real-world problems.
Our solution is built on a microservices architecture, providing not only scalability and flexibility but also better resilience on the whole system.
100% modern stack
The Kodjin FHIR Server is built on Rust, a high-performance, interoperable, and stable programming language used in server-side development.
Kodjin supports all previous FHIR versions and is future-proof.
Our FHIR Case Studies
Deploying a FHIR-Compliant Solution with a Custom Clinical Data Mapper
Edenlab created for Elation Health a solution that bridges the gap between their existing data standards and the FHIR requirements. Through Edenlab’s expertise and support, Elation Health successfully achieved ONC certification, implemented USCORE 5.0.1 support.
An FHIR Facade is a software component that acts as an intermediary between your healthcare systems and other FHIR-based applications, simplifying integration by translating and transforming requests and responses between the FHIR standard and the specific formats used by the underlying systems. It enables seamless interoperability and data exchange, abstracting the complexities of system integration and facilitating communication between diverse healthcare systems and FHIR applications.
An FHIR Facade and an FHIR API are not the same, although they are related concepts. An FHIR Facade is a software component that acts as an intermediary between your healthcare system and other FHIR-based applications, providing translation and integration capabilities. On the other hand, an FHIR API refers to the set of interfaces and protocols defined by the FHIR standard that allow applications to interact with FHIR resources and exchange healthcare data. An FHIR Facade can utilize an FHIR API to enable communication between systems, but they serve different purposes in the overall architecture.
An FHIR Facade is not the same as an FHIR Server, although they can be related components in a healthcare system. An FHIR Facade serves as a bridge between your healthcare system and third-party FHIR-based applications, enabling seamless integration and communication. In contrast, an FHIR Server is a specialized server that stores and manages FHIR resources, providing access to the data via the FHIR API.
There are two main approaches to creating an FHIR interface for a proprietary database. One option is to build an FHIR Facade without additional storage. In this case, all the requests are passed to the original database. Another way is constructing the FHIR interface APIs linked to an intermediate FHIR server. The latter can handle the API commands without involving the original database. For more information on how to implement an FHIR interface, contact our team.
Contact us for a consultation and price estimate based on your project’s needs.
The time it takes to implement an FHIR interface can vary depending on various factors and the project’s complexity. Contact us for a consultation and time estimate based on your project’s needs.