xFusion provides Enterprise Architecture service to various organizations to establish an integrated and coordinated Physical Health, Behavioral Health and the Human Services Enterprise Architecture, conduct MITA State Self-Assessment (SS-A), and establish the roadmap for the Health Enterprise Transformation.
xFusion extensively worked with various state Medicaid and Human Services Agencies and Health Insurance Exchanges including California, Mississippi, and Washington in the planning and implementation phase as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) implementation and provided Business Process Analysis and Modeling, Technical Architecture, System Design, Legacy Modernization Strategy, and Solution Implementation services.
Health Care Enterprise Architecture Service, Enterprise Architecture Office (EAO), Department of Health Care Services, CA
California Health Eligibility, Enrollment and Retention System (CalHEERS), California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), Covered California
Business Technology Architecture (BaTA) Program, Washington Healthcare Authority (WHA), Olympia, WA
Healthcare Interoperability is the capability of different information systems in the Healthcare ecosystems such as Primary Care, Laboratory, Hospitals, Pharmacy, Specialists, Eligibility and Claims etc. to communicate, exchange and process data effectively and efficiently in a timely and secured manner in order to advance the effective delivery of healthcare for individuals and communities.
HIMSS defines three levels of health information technology interoperability: 1) Foundational Interoperability 2) Structural Interoperability 3) Semantic Interoperability.
Health Information Exchange (HIE) allows health care professionals and patients to appropriately access and securely share a patient’s vital medical information electronically. The demand for electronic health information exchange from one health care professional to another is growing along with nationwide efforts to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of health care delivery. Meaningful use requirements, new payment approaches that stress care coordination, and federal financial incentives are all driving the interest and demand for health information exchange.
Knowledge In-Sourcing is extremely critical – analyze and document your existing business processes, Stakeholders, Use Cases, Technical Architecture & Components, Data, and Business Rules and identify and document the challenges and pain points associated to your current environment. The in-sourced knowledge serves as key inputs for the subsequent Modernization planning phases – To-Be Architecture definition, Modernization Strategy and Roadmap definition, Costing, To-be requirements definition and Funding activities.
Our integrated framework, xPlore is built with process, tools and best practices that will help end to end Legacy Systems Modernization planning effort from As-Is Architecture Analysis, To-Be Architecture and Strategy Definition and Funding and Procurement phases in extremely efficient and cost effective manner.