Increase Productivity with the eiConsole for Healthcare’s HL7 Tools
An evaluation will quickly show you that most HL7 tools on the market are not up to the challenge of working with the HL7 standard. You need HL7 tools and features that help you get the job done fast and right – the eiConsole Healthcare interface engine IDE solution delivers the HL7 tools that enable speed and efficiency.
With the eiConsole for Healthcare’s HL7 tools you’ll get:
- Verified flexibility to directly read in any version of HL7, even extended or non-standards compliant HL7
- HL7 documentation that’s right at your fingertips so you don’t have to leave the application in order to search
- Codeless data transformations that let you breeze through HL7 mapping and lets Business Analysts handle a large portion of interface development
The eiConsole Healthcare Interface Engine IDE doesn’t give you a bucket of disparate HL7 tools like other products. In fact, you get a complete graphical IDE not just an IDE for programming. With its powerful Assembly Line, interfaces are built faster, consistently. Each stage in the Assembly Line is configurable and easily extensible with open source components using our open APIs, so you can add whatever you need now or in the future.
Utilize a true graphical drag & drop Data Mapper, not cumbersome scripts and confusing line drawing tools that fail miserably at complex mappings and an:
HL7 Differencing Engine for Mediating Differences between One HL7 Message and Another
Easily mediate differences between HL7 implementations (2.x and 3.x), modified versions of HL7, or even different releases of HL7. The time and effort of mapping between two structurally similar formats is essentially eliminated by the performance of a gap analysis between two HL7 messages. The HL7 Differencing Engine allows you to then only deal with the differences between two versions.
Lenient HL7 Parser that Easily Consumes Non-Standards Compliant HL7
While other products choke on non-standard HL7 messages, the eiConsole’s new Lenient HL7 Parser can parse unknown segments, capturing the data for subsequent transformation and manipulation. Organizations that have customized HL7 to suit their very specific requirements and, as a result, produce non-standards compliant HL7, can now easily communicate with you.
Friendly Name Option that Speeds-Up Mapping
The “Friendly-Name” feature allows users to bind HL7 messages to or from human-readable XML. Replace those cryptic HL7 names with simple, understandable synonyms derived from field descriptions in the appropriate version of the HL7 vocabulary. Less seasoned HL7 developers, as a result, can breeze through data mapping.