HL7, FHIR, X12, CDA… what does it all mean? In this Redox Webinar, the one and only Brendan Keeler provides an overview of healthcare data standards. Learn what they are, why they exist, and how they have evolved over the years. This is a must-watch for any developer getting into healthcare or anyone curious about the way health data is structured, stored, and exchanged among trusted entities.
Redox is a leading healthcare data exchange platform that helps healthcare organizations securely share data with each other. Redox supports a variety of healthcare data standards, including:
- HL7 FHIR
- HL7 v2
Redox also supports a variety of proprietary data formats.
Redox makes it easy for healthcare organizations to exchange data with each other, regardless of their data formats. Redox provides a variety of tools and resources to help healthcare organizations get started with data exchange, including:
- A developer portal with documentation and code samples
- A support team that can help with troubleshooting and implementation
Here are some examples of how healthcare organizations are using Redox to exchange data:
- A hospital is using Redox to exchange patient data with its EHR system.
- A health insurance company is using Redox to exchange claims data with its network of providers.
- A pharmaceutical company is using Redox to exchange clinical trial data with its research partners.
Redox is a powerful tool that can help healthcare organizations to improve the quality and efficiency of their care. By using Redox, healthcare organizations can securely share data with each other, regardless of their data formats.
Healthcare Data Standards 101
Healthcare data standards are a set of rules and guidelines that define how healthcare data should be formatted and exchanged. Healthcare data standards are important because they help to ensure that healthcare data is accurate, complete, and interoperable.
There are a number of different healthcare data standards, but the most common ones include:
- HL7 FHIR: HL7 FHIR is a modern healthcare data standard that is designed to be flexible and easy to use. HL7 FHIR is supported by a wide range of healthcare organizations and software vendors.
- HL7 v2: HL7 v2 is a legacy healthcare data standard that is still widely used. HL7 v2 is a complex standard, but it is very well-established and supported by a wide range of healthcare organizations and software vendors.
- DICOM: DICOM is a healthcare data standard that is used to exchange medical images. DICOM is supported by a wide range of medical imaging devices and software programs.
- X12: X12 is a healthcare data standard that is used to exchange administrative data, such as claims and eligibility data. X12 is supported by a wide range of healthcare organizations and software vendors.
Healthcare data standards are important because they help to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare. By using healthcare data standards, healthcare organizations can securely share data with each other, regardless of their data formats. This can help to improve the coordination of care and reduce the risk of medical errors.