The TrackCore team is often asked whether or not TrackCore will interface with a hospital’s existing EMR, OR scheduling software, supply chain software or other healthcare IT (HIT) systems. Often that question revolves around specific software like Epic’s Optime, Meditech, Lawson supply chain, Cerner’s Surginet, etc. The short answer to this question is always YES.
The TrackCore system was developed with an open integration system that allows hospitals to interface with TrackCore using the most desirable method for a hospital. This could mean an HL7 interface, secure web services or secure FTP, which are the three most popular types. Only data relevant to a customer’s use of TrackCore is used in the interfaces, however, LPIT continues to advance interface capabilities and is constantly working on developing new means and methods, as well as collection routines for specific types of data. This open system allows our interface capabilities to be agnostic when it comes to a specific HIT application.
Below is a short list of several of the interfaces that are currently implemented:
Vendor specific item master data via FTP and XML Web ServicesScheduling transactions from Epic OptimeADT Messages from Meditech via Web ServicesScheduling transactions sent from Sybase Ebiz Impact via Web ServicesHL7 SIU (scheduling messages) sent via a secure HL7 courier applicationScheduling information from Cerner Surginet via a secure HL7 courier applicationADT information from Meditech via HL7 courier applicationInventory consumption information from TrackCore via HL7 courier application (for supply chain software)Population of Cerner implant documentation screen fields using 2D barcodes printed in TrackCorePopulation of TrackCore implant data entry fields using barcodes printed from MeditechIf you are looking to interface your internal systems with a tissue and implant tracking package, LPIT can provide the right solution for your needs.
For more information or questions about interfaces not listed above, contact LPIT Solutions at 1-866-574-8765. Information may also be requested on the LPIT website at http://www.lpitsolutions.com/contact/contactform/info.