Crossflo Systems, a provider of data sharing technology for the public sector, has announced that its Crossflo DataExchange Software will be available with the HP Integrity NonStop platform in a new healthcare interoperability solution.
The Crossflo DataExchange Software (CDX) rapidly connects data stores across disparate hospitals, labs, pharmacies, and government agencies while allowing healthcare providers to secure and retain control of their data. CDX can also be used to enable data sharing among hospital groups with different legacy healthcare solutions.
CDX can also be leveraged as a data acquisition tool for moving information to a data warehouse, where it performs extraction, transformation, and loading of data that can be displayed in a web portal or exchanged with other operational data stores.
The HP Integrity NonStop platform, meanwhile, provides secure, continuously available, real-time access to critical healthcare information.
With the combination of the cost-effective, high-availability HP Integrity NonStop platform and CDX, healthcare providers can make connections that aid in the fight against bioterrorism, support disease trend analysis, and provide critical feedback to Health and Human Services agencies, stated Renney Senn, Crossflo’s CEO and president. With this joint offering, we can help measure and improve healthcare quality initiatives across the public health community – at local, state, and federal levels.
CDX utilizes a standards-based approach and a service-oriented architecture (SOA) to provide a robust, system-agnostic solution that is extensible and scalable. To ensure maximum interoperability, CDX supports leading and emerging national data-sharing standards, including the National Information Exchange Model and Emergency Data Exchange Language.