Mulesoft announced its continued solutions innovation with Mulesoft Accelerator for Healthcare, a set of prebuilt APIs and integrations to unlock critical external public health data and common electronic health record (EHR) systems like Epic and Cerner.
More than ever, organizations need to securely connect data – no matter where it resides – with critical systems and external sources, such as public health status and government policy. Mulesoft Accelerator for Healthcare joins the company’s existing set of integration solutions and resources, available in a public marketplace of prebuilt APIs and integration assets designed to help organizations unlock and connect data faster.
With reusable APIs and integrations, organizations can save time, money and resources by building on proven best practices and leveraging prebuilt templates. The new Mulesoft solutions allow organizations to quickly and easily deliver connected experiences, inform safe return-to-work strategies, and accelerate digital transformation in the new normal.
Deliver connected patient experiences with Mulesoft
Mulesoft Accelerator for Healthcare provides healthcare organizations with prebuilt APIs, integration templates and best practices to help developers accelerate delivery of urgent healthcare projects and create connected patient experiences. The solution allows healthcare providers to:
- Create a 360-degree view of patients. By surfacing real-time EHR patient demographic, condition, allergy and encounter data into Salesforce Health Cloud, hospital call center agents can get a 360-degree view of patients and easily access information needed to route COVID-19 patients for follow-up, reduce long wait times to address high call volumes, and address calls with empathy by fully understanding a patient’s care journey.
- Facilitate COVID-19 care and contact tracing. Healthcare organizations can easily and securely share necessary patient information surfaced through Salesforce Health Cloud with public health agencies. The agencies are then able to use the real-time data to conduct follow-up with patients in quarantine to provide additional care and reduce the likelihood of regional virus spread.
- Build Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)-compliant APIs. Healthcare providers and payer developers now have the framework to build the required APIs and assist in meeting new FHIR-based API requirements for interoperability. Adhering to the new United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) requirements, these API specifications and broader FHIR Resources can be reused to accelerate the development of digital health solutions, assist in compliance and follow industry best practices for clinical data integration to third-party applications.