how we differ
Unlike your other healthcare technology vendors, Core Health Technologies is an unbiased and neutral partner that is only concerned with one thing: your interoperability success. Regardless of your integration technology, we can help you connect all the dots.
We work exclusively with U.S. citizens that are senior in their disciplines
Full Spectrum Healthcare Experience
Need more than interoperability help? Through Surety Systems (our sister company) we can help Healthcare organizations with Lawson and Kronos consulting too
Unbiased and Vendor-Neutral
Senior-level consultants with deep experience in 8+ HIT integration engines
Client Maintains Project Control
Think of us as just one more member of your team — with all the flexibility and visibility that comes with an employee, without the overhead
What we can do for you
Need a secret ingredient to give your Health IT system a little extra oompf? At Core Health Technologies, we know lives depend on your HIT…. which is why you can depend on us.
Enable Rapid growth for your org
Acquisitions and mergers often mean disparate technology systems that need to work together. From field mapping to system upgrades, our consultants can make it seamless.
Tackle Integration Challenges
From ADT, lab, and radiology interfaces to HIE and CCD connections — we can help you get your technology to communicate.
Upgrade to the Latest version
Whether upgrading your integration engine or your security, it can be hard to maintain one instance while upgrading to another. Get an extra set of knowledgeable hands to help, with Core Health Technologies.
Rollout New healthcare Technology
New system? No problem. New EHRs, HIEs, and Integration Engines come with a learning curve; get expert advice on best practices and a mentor for your team to help ensure success.
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There’s a lot going on in the Health IT world these days, but sometimes it’s hard to weed the important news from the noise. With multiple interoperability deadlines due to hit next year, much of the coverage is on what’s going to happen, rather than what is — or has — happened so far.read more
With the October 1st ICD-10 compliance date now looming on the horizon, organizations are shoring up their plans for the transition. Software upgrades and training plans around the changes to ICD-10 codes may well be underway, we want to ask the integration community – Is your integration team ready?read more
Key findings from the CDC Report on the Use and Characteristics of Electronic Health Record (EHR) Systems Among Office-based Physician Practices.read more