Careconnext™, A Founders Bay Technology is a proprietary technology that addresses the pervasive need for data interoperability that is so urgent in today’s healthcare and data market. Interoperability is the ability of different information technology systems and software applications to communicate, to exchange data accurately, effectively, and consistently, and to use the information that has been exchanged. Healthcare interoperability has come front and center in discussions around the future of healthcare in finding ways to improve patient care while reducing costs with the passage of the landmark 21st Century Cures Act. This combination of industry focus and legislative mandates have created an environment of intense interest around our technology and platform. CareConnext™ is becoming the core technology in new security compliance protocols and consolidation of access to disparate datasets, allowing for globalization of care and service provider benchmarking. This technology has been deployed by 48 hospital networks in the US in addition to over 150 locations on several continents.
We help hospitals and other businesses manage their records with vendor neutral solutions.
How is this relevant? Most institutions use a computer system which store valuable data, essential for them function. Once inside a particular system the data is non-transferable.
How is this a problem? The computer systems basically trap data by making them incompatible with any other technology rendering the data unusable.
This is done purposefully for two reasons:
- to retain customers, and
- to overcharge customers with support in order to keep their data from being wiped out.
Our technology is the main global solution to this problem and surpasses the abilities of competing vendors who move yet also lock your data such as GE, Hitachi, Philips, IBM Merge, ETC
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Careconnext™, A Founders Bay Technology
 National Alliance for Health Information Technology. “What Is Interoperability?” 2005. Available online at www.nahit.org  http://www.healthcare-informatics.com/article/interoperability/president-obama-signs-21st-century-cures-act-law