A system will function more effectively within a modern healthcare organisation by reducing the barriers to data sharing between healthcare computer systems.
Organisations will often have a Windows Active Directory system that controls the access that their staff have to digital resources. We can integrate directly with this Active Directory setup, to enable the staff of an organisation to gain access to the system using their existing username and password, without placing any administrative burden on the Administrator to manage users and passwords separately.
A bulk contact import will enable a large set of contact records to be pre-loaded into a system during a transition to RLDatix and/or initial system setup, to ensure that from the moment the system goes live, all patient and staff details are available to be used.
A contact lookup interface will enable the RLDatix system to pull contacts in from another system when searched for by a user, ensuring that when a user is adding information into RLDatix that the information is always up to date. This would normally be used to pull in data from systems where there is no instantaneous update of data available via an ADT interface, such as an employee system.
Organisations will often have a data warehouse that allows them to aggregate data from their RLDatix system with their other organisational systems to permit larger-scale analysis. We are able to schedule a regular export of recently updated record data from the RLDatix database in JSON format to support integrations with data warehouses.
An ESR interface will permit staff records to be periodically brought in from a staff management system. This will ensure that all of your staff are available as contacts in the system, who can then be linked to records.