Fast and simple deployment of the the Aidbox API module supports GCP, AWS, Azure and on-prem automated deployment based on Kubernetes technologies.
Aidbox connects to your EHR through the existing C-CDA API and retrieves data by request (lazy upload). Aidbox also supports HL7v2, custom ETL and direct DB connection. It also provides built-in Auth server that can work as primary or slave, a patient portal, a developer’s (vendor) portal, a sandbox for testing third-party apps, a built-in terminology server, an audit log, etc.
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The API module is deployed into your existing IT ecosystem or as a separate environment.
We ensure your final solutions are compliant and certified with the latest regulations.
Improve your EHR interoperability using the pluggable Aidbox FHIR® API module and stay compliant with the 21st Century Cures Act requirements.
Standardized API for patient and population services. Share structured patient data through the secure FHIR API based on US Core IG and USCDI.
The API to securely respond with C-CDA document to requests for patient data associated with a specific date or date range.
API to uniquely identify a patient and return an ID or other token that can be used by an application to execute requests for that patient’s data subsequently.
Enable a user to create an export file(s) with all stored single or group patient electronic health information.
HIT Vendor: Health Samurai, Inc
Date Certified: January 01, 2023
Product and Version: Aidbox FHIR API module version 1.0
CHPL Product Number: 15.99.04.3119.AIDB.01.01.0.230101
This Health IT Module is 2015 Edition Cures compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Please refer to the Real World Testing (RWT) documentation below for details on the testing approach, standards updates, measures, measure justification, care setting(s), expected outcomes, and schedule of key milestones.
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