Orchestrate Healthcare’s integration experts led the migration of over 600 eGate interfaces to InterSystems HealthShare across the Advocate Health Care continuum of facilities.
Orchestrate Healthcare is working with UCLA Health:
Developing a Patient Progression report and data mart supporting that report
Developing an Anesthesia data mart in support of the Anesthesiology...
Orchestrate Healthcare is providing MUSC Physicians, formerly known as University Medical Associates, Epic Bridges Integration and Microsoft SQL Server Consulting and Technical services.
Universal Health Services selected Orchestrate Healthcare to upgrade their environment to Siemens OPENLink™ to provide a cost-effective approach to the integration of systems and applications...
Orchestrate Healthcare is providing Best in KLAS IT consulting services to the ATHENA Breast Health Network, a program of the University of California which serves more than 150,000 women receiving...
Orchestrate Healthcare’s IT consultants are providing Integration Engine consulting and technical services to Temple University Health System.
Orchestrate Healthcare is leading the Epic Clarity implementation through go-live at Sutter Physician Services.
St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center selected Orchestrate Healthcare to upgrade their interoperability technology to Siemens OPENLink™, allowing their healthcare organization to bridge...
St. Joseph Health System has selected Orchestrate Healthcare to implement Meditech’s new cloud-based EHR to unite clinicians and informatics, “We’ve set a clear and reachable...
Orchestrate Healthcare is leading technical services in an Integration solution for St. Anthony’s Medical Center.
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