HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - Feb 20, 2014) - Healthcare software innovations company, Salutopia, is showcasing a demonstration of interoperability among electronic medical record (EMR) systems in the upcoming Health Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS) 2014 Conference & Exhibition on February 23-27, 2014, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, in Booth 4890. The HIMSS conference brings together more than 37,000 healthcare industry professionals and hosts over 1,200 exhibits.
Salutopia's centralized data transformation model allows healthcare providers to aggregate data from any health information system (HIS), normalize that data into a common format, refactor the data for integration into disparate systems, and distribute that data to target systems for consumption, as needed.
The ability to both send and receive patient health records utilizing any of the widely-accepted health data formats and transport mechanisms is a unique and valuable solution for the healthcare technology industry. The Salutopia interoperability framework allows the medical community to maximize its information technology investment while remaining compliant with federal regulations. By partnering with Salutopia, EMR vendors have the opportunity to achieve compliance with federal regulations for interoperability and patient communication, as well as increase the value of their own product offerings.
"We're looking forward to the opportunity to meet with HIMSS visitors and exhibitors and sharing with them our latest technology that revolutionizes interoperability and the process of managing patient health information among disparate systems," said Jeffrey Renton, Chief Executive Officer of Salutopia.
Salutopia, headquartered in Houston, TX, leverages its rich healthcare information technology experience to deliver a cutting-edge platform for real-time aggregation, integration, refactoring, and distribution of clinical data among patients and health information systems, along with portal solutions for both patients and providers within a system-agnostic environment.
To learn more about Salutopia, visit www.salutopia.com.