mWare Integration Engine and Interfaceware

A flexible, secure and future-proof facility to connect your Shire Genetics database to 3rd party hospital information systems, external laboratories and instrumentation

Accurate and up to date patient demographics can be retrieved from the hospital system through use of mWare’s HL7 integration engine. This connection can be established across many sites and remote departments, allowing integration with the patient’s electronic medical record; even with your workstation on another site in the hospital network.

Test results and billing information can be sent directly to the patient’s electronic medical record, allowing physicians rapid access to result and report data immediately.

Billing claims communicated to the Finance system are made HIPAA compliant through use of mWare and HL7.

Streamline your workflow, ensure data entry is not duplicated while also communicating with the Hospital EMR, improving patient care by providing up to date, rapid and comprehensive test results and reports.

By seamlessly integrating with Genial Genetics mWare HL7 middleware application, Shire can integrate with any 3rd party hospital information systems and instrumentation

  • Satisfy evolving Connecting for Health (CfH) requirements
  • Satisfy HIPAA Security and evolving Connecting for Health (CfH) requirements
  • Versatile plug-in technology allows adaptation for almost any legacy format
  • Used for instrumentation integration
  • Successfully deployed and in high volume use

What is HL7?

Hospitals and other healthcare provider organizations typically have many different computer systems used for everything from billing records to patient tracking. All of these systems should communicate with each other (or “interface”) when they receive new information but not all do so. HL7 specifies a number of flexible standards, guidelines, and methodologies by which various healthcare systems can do this. Such guidelines or data standards are a set of rules that allow information to be shared and processed in a uniform and consistent manner. These data standards are meant to allow healthcare organizations to easily share clinical information. Theoretically, this ability to exchange information should help to minimize the tendency for medical care to be geographically isolated and highly variable. – Wikipedia : Health Level 7

How can mWare recoup its costs?

The mWare application has been specifically developed to meet the requirement of scientists who wish to deploy genetic database products on a fully integrated basis. In fact, the mWare product is so flexible that it will interface to almost any hospital system or laboratory instrument to provide rapid, accurate and cost-effective data transfer.

Hardware Requirements

Server Minimum Specification

  • Windows 2000/XP/2003, Linux 2.6 Kernels, MacOS Tiger (10.4), Leopard (10.5), Solaris 9 or 10
  • Multiple Hard drives with dedicated 10GB partition in RAID 5 configuration
  • Pentium 4 CPU or faster
  • 2GB hard drive space available
  • 512MB RAM (1GB preferred)
  • Gigabit Network card
  • Backup device, or integral tape backup device
  • JRE 1.5 or later pre-installed
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