Orchestrate Healthcare is working on the URMC Epic Inpatient implementation and is handling all of the integration responsibilities in JCAPS 5.1.3.
Orchestrate Healthcare was responsible for ensuring HL7 Data integrity for messages coming into the MEDICITY HIE Grid from VITL’s various (20+) providers.
Orchestrate Healthcare is providing reporting advice, expertise and recommendations for best practices to the MaineHealth Quality Data Management Team.
Orchestrate Healthcare is leading a conversion from eLink to Orion Rhapsody throughout the Hawaii Department of Health.
“We selected Orchestrate Healthcare for this important task because of the level of knowledge and support they bring to the table. We are confident in their abilities to provide the strategic...
Chief Financial Officer
Orchestrate Healthcare is currently providing integration services in JCAPS 5.1.3 to support Baylor’s Epic Inpatient implementation. Orchestrate Healthcare also helped perform the migration from...
“We believe the services provided by Orchestrate Healthcare will allow us to meet the interfacing and data migration deadlines required on a very large and critical implementation project.”
David S. Finn
Vice President & Chief Information Officer
Orchestrate Healthcare engaged with Saint Francis Health Systems to troubleshoot a poor performing ADT interface with Lawson’s Cloverleaf.
Orchestrate Healthcare is partnered with Vangent to support healthcare information deployment for approximately 1.9 million Native Americans and Alaska Natives who belong to more than 500 federally...
Orchestrate Healthcare is providing technical project management to drive state-wide adoption of MEDICITY software.
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