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Recondo Technology Announces Integration Initiative for US Hospital Systems
Date:6/28/2010

rietary and non-standard codes, and any sending or receiving application must translate the non-standard codes into industry-standard codes.

The Recondo integration team consists of software and healthcare professionals with decades of experience with virtually every hardware platform, software application, database product, Cloud computing, and HIPAA and EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) standards. Many members of our team helped create the Enterprise Application Integration market space, and possess skills and experience in developing custom software, implementing a wide range of software, and designing and building data repositories of all kinds. The Recondo Team also understands the hospital revenue cycle from pre-admission through to adjudication.

Recondo hospital customers have a very wide range of integration needs and requirements; a select list includes:

  • Delivering HL7 bi-directional formats and transactions from scheduling and registration systems
  • Translating inbound schedule files into industry-standard data elements
  • Updating Master Patient Index (MPI) records using batch or HL7 feeds, enriching and storing the MPI data
  • Formatting and routing batch files both inbound and outbound to and from virtually every HIS
  • Reformatting and reconciling claims and remittance data
  • Creating longitudinal Financial Medical Records (FMRs)
  • Updating HIS results with desktop scripting
  • Normalizing non-standard HIS data

Complex and disparate software systems virtually always contain gaps, and the Recondo Team is empirical and accomplished at identifying gaps and deploying solutions both to close up those gaps and to deliver accurate and quality data across the entire system. Comprehensive integration services allow hospitals to:


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