HL7 is the transactional code exchanged by EMR Software and Medical Devices

We are members of HL7.org and have been writing and reviewing the HL7 coding exchanged in transactions between EMR's and PACS/LIS/ECG Machines and Devices for 10 years.

Whether it's utilizing the new FHIR or older HL7 versions stretching back to v2.3, we know the code.

HIT Risk Assessment Step #1: Inventory what creates, stores, receives, processes or transmits ePHI


As Radiology Systems increase in complexity, we have the coding experience to make the interface to your EMR work seemlessly.

  • AE Title, ODBC Database connectors and listening ports
  • CR, RF, XA Modality exporting
  • Image Archiving: secure storage and retrieval
Laboratory Information Systems (LIS), outsouced labs vendors LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics, in-house Analyzers

Laboratory Information Systems (LIS)

Whether you outsource to LabCorp and Quest or have In-House Analyzers, we know the HL7 required for the interface.

  • Outsourced Lab Interface: LabCorp & Quest Diagnostics
  • In-House Multi-Specimen Analyzer: Siemens Dimension
  • Ortho VITROS
  • Specific Test Analyzers: Sysmex, Tosoh, iSed and Excyte
ECG - Urinalysis - Bone Density Scanner: medical devices for ECG, Urinalysis and Bone Density scanning

ECG - Urinalysis - Bone Density Scanner

Medical Device interfaces can be difficult, we've completed several successfully and know what to expect.

  • ECG: Schiller, Welch-Allen and Midmark interfaces
  • Siemens Clinitek Urinalysis interface
  • DEXA Bone Density Scanner