Monday, October 2, 2023

Oracle is improving its APIs for healthcare

As part of its continued efforts to create an open, highly integrated technology environment that benefits healthcare organizations, Oracle has announced a number of significant enhancements to its healthcare solutions.

These improvements span a variety of areas, from new cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) capabilities to generative AI services, public APIs, and back-office operations improvements designed specifically for the healthcare industry.

“Our goal is to offer one of the best EHR systems in the industry with more features to reduce time wastage, eliminate redundant processes and create value at every step of the process for professionals and the patients they serve,” says Travis Dalton, executive vice president and general manager of Oracle Health.

Oracle: open ecosystem for innovation

The next-generation Oracle Health EHR platform is powered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and delivers unparalleled performance, data security, and access to cutting-edge AI technology.

Oracle Health aims to provide a more open and interoperable electronic health record (EHR) system for healthcare. To achieve this, the plan is to make clinical and financial resources such as patient data, appointments and orders available via public APIs.

These APIs will enable healthcare organizations to leverage a broader ecosystem of solutions to address business challenges and improve experiences for both healthcare professionals and patients.

Developers can access these APIs and documentation through their current Oracle Health console.


The first set of APIs will be available for testing in a public sandbox later this year.

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