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Empowering Healthcare Interoperability

Carefluence®: Demystifying Interoperability

Empowering Healthcare Interoperability

The Carefluence® story

Carefluence® leads the way in interoperability technology and thinking. It was an early adopter of FHIR® and contributed to the goals of data exchange and data normalization over the years. In 2016 Carefluence® became the first platform in the country to be certified by the ONC for its Open API framework.

Carefluence® milestones

  • June 2013

    Health Hub developed and launched for hospitals

  • 2013 - 2014

    An early participant in The Argonaut Project, which established  standards, formats and definitions for the development and exchange of healthcare records

  • Dec 2014

    Adopts the FHIR® standard

  • Sept 2015

    Extends FHIR® to support the DSTU2 version and SMART on FHIR® applications

  • July 2016

    First FHIR®-based Open API product to achieve ONC 2015 Edition certification

  • Sept 2018

    First large specialty (oncology) EHR certified with Carefluence® and CDS Hooks

  • July 2019

    Extends FHIR® to support the DSTU4 version

  • June 2022

    Among the first entities certified under new Cures Act standards

With more than 15 years of experience in the healthcare technology arena, the Carefluence® team saw firsthand the need for a streamlined and standardized approach to interoperability solutions. The team behind Carefluence® brought their expertise in healthcare technology platforms and interoperability APIs together to build and service ecosystems of connected care.

The Carefluence® platform was designed to demystify interoperability, allowing communication between dissimilar systems and bringing healthcare communities together. Our built-in transformer for data normalization provides bidirectional access to data between dissimilar systems. Our software has flexible connectivity options with any information technology system in a healthcare setting without requiring point-to-point interfaces. By removing the barriers of technology differences that hinder collaboration, healthcare communities can save time and costs on data portability across healthcare systems.

The Carefluence® platform also brings the Internet of Interoperable Things® to healthcare communities and lets the customer drive interoperability requirements with custom built applications that the community really needs. Applications developed and integrated with our platform enable healthcare communities to share secure data in a meaningful context for efficient community-based care processes.

Executive Leadership

MD, FAAAAI, FACAI Co-founder & President

Suresh Anne

Co-founder & President

A leading immunologist with 30 years of experience in medical practice management, Suresh Anne is an entrepreneur, board member and president of healthcare organizations, hospitals, medical colleges and technology companies. He was at the forefront in the treatment of COVID patients incorporating solid evidence-based strategies.

Board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Dr. Anne is a fellow of the American College of Physicians, the American College of Allergy/Immunology and the American Academy of Allergy/Immunology. An associate professor of the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology at Michigan State University, he has done extensive research regarding immune deficiencies and has written several articles on AIDS.

Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer

Lloyd Williams

Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer

Over his 30-year career Lloyd Williams has worked across different cultures (Asia, Australia and North America); contributing to different industries (industrial projects, automotive, healthcare practice management, software engineering, pharmaceuticals and Health IT); and achieving goals in business operations, corporate integration, program management, technology intervention, and organization development and growth.

In his 15 years in the healthcare industry, he has overseen operations for ModuleMD, a physician practice electronic health records and practice management software firm and was instrumental in its recent sale to an investor group. His areas of responsibility in Carefluence include corporate strategy, product strategy, marketing, customer integration and technology implementations.

Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer

Aditya Ayyagari

Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer

Over the last 23 years, Aditya Ayyagari has been at the forefront of technology and innovation, including artificial intelligence, robotics, program management and HL7-FHIR for healthcare interoperability.

Having spent more than 12 years in the electronic health records technology architecture and business, he has also focused on Carefluence® with a mission to empower all healthcare applications with highly value-driven and standards-based interoperability – particularly with HL7 FHIR implementations. His endeavors in architecting EHR, practice management, Meaningful Use, Physician Quality Reporting Program and revenue cycle management applications gives him a unique perception on the needs of various stakeholders when it comes to data sharing and workflow collaboration in the healthcare ecosystem.

Get the most complete interoperability solution! 

Interoperability isn’t just about compliance with federal standards. Being able to connect to other electronic health records systems, sync schedules for patient visits across various care sites, monitor patient vital signs remotely, drive decision support, and keep patients and their loved ones in the loop are all made possible by Carefluence’s software. No other vendor provides a solution that is nearly as comprehensive, flexible, secure and user-friendly.

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