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How a Healthy API Program Can Accelerate Innovation and Revenue

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Date Held: June 26, 2014

As a highly regulated, critical ecosystem of fragmented constituents that provide valuable services and manage our protected health information, the healthcare industry has struggled to break free of legacy systems to adopt the innovative technologies that other industries have already implemented.

However, some leading healthcare companies are championing APIs as a secure way to share data and easily create innovative offerings that provide new revenue, improve processes, and enhance patient care. Greenway Health is one such company that has leveraged APIs to facilitate secure partner integrations with its PrimeSUITE integrated EHR and practice management solution for a low total cost of ownership.

Led by Matt Pierce, Senior Director of Business Development, and Tony Gerena, Director of Provider Services Development, at Greenway Health, this webinar will walk you through how Greenway Health propelled its business development efforts and enhanced its PrimeSUITE offering with a well managed API program. With an introduction on the evolution of the healthcare industry in the technology space by Chuck Freedman, Director of Vertical Insights at Mashery, an Intel Company, this webinar will cover:

  • How healthcare companies can extend their platform to partners
  • Ways that healthcare companies can follow suit in an age of constant technological innovation with APIs
  • Insights into Greenway Health’s transition from home-grown in-house API to the most robust web service APIs in the ambulatory industry

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