Infor has announced that One Brooklyn Health, an organization committed to transforming how healthcare is delivered in central Brooklyn, New York, will move to the cloud-enabled version of Infor® Cloverleaf Integration Suite. This digital transformation will provide One Brooklyn Health with a clinically connected healthcare operations platform on which to build its growing patient-centered network. Through this move, One Brooklyn Health will be able to transform its business with flexibility and cost efficiencies and take advantage of new systems to enable data interoperability and integration across many systems, both inside and outside of the enterprise.
By moving to the cloud, One Brooklyn Health will have the ability to support traditional data formats and protocols like HL7 (Health Level Seven) as well as newer web-based API standards such as FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources).
“With Infor Cloverleaf in the cloud, our organization will be more productive, more strategic, and better positioned to respond to changing interoperability requirements,” said Ron Goldman, One Brooklyn Health chief information officer. “Migrating from an on-premises model to Infor’s proven cloud-based model will provide our organization with a clear path forward, allowing our teams to continue maintaining the highest standards of quality patient care.”
An Infor customer for almost a decade, One Brooklyn Health knew Infor was the right partner to help the organization navigate this transition and get the system up and running quickly with highly connected, scalable, and modern tools to free up its IT resources. The newest iteration of Cloverleaf delivers leading clinical integration technologies that create a sustainable foundation to proactively manage, coordinate, and share data across the care continuum to improve quality and care outcomes. Users have access to secure messaging, monitoring, archiving, resiliency, and cost-efficient interoperability via industry standard protocols and web services, for a wide variety of source systems, message formats, and transmission protocols. New capabilities for One Brooklyn Health provide support for increased messaging across the health system, and support new use cases like virtual health, remote patient monitoring, and other API and FHIR use cases.
“Data continues to grow and continues to move. This trend will only intensify in the coming months and years. Technology becomes a competitive advantage when it quickly helps empower teams to improve results across the board,” said Mike Poling, Infor Healthcare senior vice president. “Infor technology helps organizations provide the best care while avoiding unnecessary and costly redundancies, giving providers the security of knowing that relevant information is available and easily accessible to the right people at the right time.”
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