Whether your intent is to improve workflow, incorporate newly acquired facilities or establish new quality measures, you can count on IDS professional services to make it happen.
Our team of project and implementation managers, programmers, and quality assurance engineers undertake a rigorous practice using solid, established development models for designing software solutions. The in-house process of identifying requirements, building architecture, testing and deployment applies to our clients’ projects too.
AbbaDox cloud applications are modular, and like pieces of a puzzle fit seamlessly together to provide a complete, end-to-end healthcare data management and information technology solution. The AbbaDox platform is the engine driving the software services, but the functionality does not end just with AbbaDox software.
Even if you choose only one module from the AbbaDox ecosystem, our development team can adapt the program to work with your existing systems. So if you are not ready to move entirely to the cloud, you can incorporate modern elements that co-exist with your existing or legacy systems.
Because our platform is so powerful, it serves as a vendor-neutral gateway for data exchange. AbbaDox brings together numerous information streams emanating from various systems and normalizes the data for sharing and exchange. Our Platform as a Service (PaaS) connects multiple facilities, multiple systems and multiple enterprises, each using a different composition of internal information systems. Data is securely transferred back and forth using healthcare industry standard protocols and approved messaging formats. By automating distribution through CCD, HL7, DICOM and Direct Messaging, IDS strides the walls of closed, proprietary systems and offers new avenues for care coordination and management never thought possible. The combination of linking clinical and non-clinical systems and sharing real-time data is instrumental in understanding patient outcomes and reducing costs.
IDS is committed to building technology that supports interoperability. It’s not an easy task. Preserving privacy, abiding by regulations, ensuring security—just to name a few— there is much to consider. But we accept the challenges of working toward this goal. We believe a healthcare system in which data is standardized and accessible will help patients take more active roles in their care and enable physicians and caregivers to make more informed decisions. Systems integration for better and faster communication really can transform healthcare delivery.