Our customers are divided about the Qvera Interface Engine (QIE). Some think the best thing about it is its simplicity. Some say it’s the flexibility. For others, it’s their ability to rely on Qvera support to help them do ambitious new tasks. But one thing you can count on: from the moment you begin using it, QIE will be refreshingly intuitive, exceptionally automated, and conducive to more custom data manipulation than any other product.
Qvera has built an interface engine from the ground up that takes a unique approach to solving interfacing and interoperability challenges. The Qvera Interface Engine (QIE) has all the power and features you would expect from a high-ranking KLAS product, and all that is required for today’s largest organizations. Yet, it’s flexible, intuitive and easy to use. Our customers are diverse and have different technical and business challenges to meet. From physician offices to large IDNs and other Healthcare IT software and hardware vendors, they all rely on QIE to help make their jobs easier.
Not only does QIE help you meet Meaningful Use requirements, but it accommodates virtually all connectivity standards and data formats used by HIE platforms, data repositories, IIS registries, EHR, hospital and laboratory systems: HL7, XML, CCD, CDA, ASTM, JSON, X12, DICOM, and NCPDP, to name just a few.
QIE Visual Channel Editor makes rapid interface development easy and intuitive. Configurations that take hours to complete in other interface engines are done in minutes inside the Visual Channel Editor. QIE’s high-degree of flexibility allows users to quickly test different scenarios within the application which is key to the user experience. Hear about how WESTMED Medical Group replaced their outdated legacy interface engine with QIE for a substantial ROI.
QIE was built from the ground up by Qvera at a time when many new connectivity standards and data formats were first being used with Health Information Exchange platforms. QIE makes interoperability a snap with built-in support for protocols such as XDR, XDS, PIX, PDQ, DSUB, FHIR and many more. For registries that don’t support these standard protocols QIE also has built-in support for all SOAP and REST web service calls. See how HealthTronics is leveraging QIE for all its customers interfacing and interoperability needs.
The Qvera Interface Engine is designed and built from the ground up to accommodate the full complexity of today’s interdependent healthcare organizations. Its user interface is uniquely visual and intuitive, its operation limitlessly flexible, automated and self-monitoring. In Qvera you are investing not only in an interface engine but in a support network of consultants and innovators. We’re determined to quickly solve any problem you throw at us.