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Sansoro Health: Delivering a Powerful API to Strengthen Clinical Patient Workflow

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Jeremy E. Pierotti, CEO, Sansoro HealthJeremy E. Pierotti, CEO, Sansoro Health
Ever the last decade, hospitals and health systems in the U.S. have gradually transitioned from documenting clinical patient information on paper to maintaining data via electronic health records (EHRs). This growth in the adoption of EHRs has led to the development of several competitive health IT applications that help clinicians manage patient data, streamline their operations and offer more personalized patient care. However, due to the siloed storage of EHR data, health IT developers are struggling to access clinical patient data and build innovative tech-based solutions that empower efficient workflows and optimize their services. “In order to utilize EHR data effectively, healthcare organizations need the ability to exchange data between EHRs and other clinical applications in a secure and seamless manner,” says Jeremy Pierotti, CEO at Sansoro Health. Based in Minnesota, Sansoro Health enables efficient and secure data exchange with Emissary®, an award-winning application-programming interface (API) solution. By leveraging Emissary, Sansoro’s customers–health IT vendors– can access clinical data stored in EHRs for efficient data exchange, giving developers the ability to push or pull data from EHRs in real-time.

“Since its inception in 2014, Sansoro has been continually developing and updating the Emissary API in response to the real-world needs of healthcare organizations,” states Pierotti. The API’s ability to source more data with ease, perform effective analytics, build user-friendly dashboards and offer real-time alerts to clinicians enable health IT vendors to strengthen their existing innovative solutions.

Health IT developers code their application once to Emissary’s universal API and are ready to connect across multiple EHRs, eliminating the time and hassle of building custom interfaces for each EHR. Emissary allows access to the most comprehensive data available, giving innovators the ability to analyze patient information in real-time. Compared to traditional integration solutions, Emissary is secure in design by eliminating the need to store any PHI in a second repository, a unique and unmatched feature in the health IT space.

The advantages of Sansoro’s Emissary API can be highlighted through its partnership with Oneview, a leading patient engagement and clinical workflow solutions provider to health systems. In 2016, Oneview deployed their mobile application, Oneview Connect, for Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network to help patients and their families access personal EHR data and stay informed about their care plan. However, when the integration of their application with the hospital’s network proved difficult, Oneview collaborated with Sansoro to quickly solve the challenges with accessing, sharing, and updating information between the mobile app and the hospital network. With Emissary, Oneview’s mobile application can easily push and pull document updates, enhancing the rate of software development and revenue generation. After the integration, Oneview created a system that enabled real-time collaboration between multiple, diverse data sources.

Over the years, Sansoro has catered to a vast client base in their existing geographical markets in the US, Australia, and the UK. The company continues to develop connections by expanding the data made available through their API library to enhance the interoperability between third-party applications and EHRs. Most recently, Sansoro announced their Emissary platform will now support Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) APIs, further supporting their mission to empower innovation. “We are building more tools and resources to make the connection between applications as effortless as it can be, to help our customers develop more innovative digital health solutions,” concludes Pierotti.