Metadata-driven framework with configuration setup that ingests and transforms data into FHIR standards in a cloud data store for interoperable consumption
The adoption of FHIR is very difficult for enterprise companies, as the FHIR HL7 standard layout and structure have been frequently changing per varying requirements. Furthermore, the cost of adoption increases when the domain model for internal organization differ from the FHIR interoperability standard model, and many companies have also found that adoption is very slow due to varying data processing needs (big data volume) and reduced scalability.
Cognizant has addressed these issues by building a Microsoft Azure enabled metadata-driven framework with a configuration setup that minimizes the frequent changes required due to frequent FHIR standard layout changes.
Cognizant’s approach includes the following phases:
Through the 8 week proof of value, clients can expect the following deliverables:
The estimated offer price and duration relates to the Briefing and Discovery, and Proof of Value phases of the engagement. For the subsequent solution implementation, price and duration will be customized based on client requirements identified during the discovery phase.