Farmington, UT – December 2017 – Vorro, a leading provider of data exchange and transformation services, today announced it has joined the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC) as a Strategic Business and Technology (SB&T) Partner. SHIEC is the national collaborative representing health information exchanges (HIEs).
Vorro is assisting HIEs in extracting and transforming data from the long term post-acute care providers, smaller or specialty practices, and non-standard data sources. Many of these organizations do not have sophisticated technology, technical staff, or the financial resources to make the connections to HIEs. Using Vorro’s BridgeGateHealth™, the health information exchanges have the ability to easily and cost effectively onboard this data.
“Vorro was first introduced to SHIEC by a mutual partner,” said Scott Sirdevan, CTO and Co-Founder of Vorro. “Once we learned about the members of the collaborative and the goals and objectives of the organization, we knew we wanted to be part of this dynamic group. It is through the exchange of ideas, education and advocacy that we will make a positive impact on healthcare and Vorro wants to be part of this change.”
“SHIEC is excited to have Vorro join the SB&T Partner program,” said Kelly Hoover Thompson, CEO of SHIEC. “SB&T Partners are selected based on their ability to bring unique, value-added solutions to our HIE community members. Vorro’s ability to work with less traditional data has the potential to provide flexibility to the HIE community and give them the ability to expand their use cases. SHIEC looks forward to working with Vorro.”
Vorro provides robust, scalable integration solutions that connect disparate applications and technologies. BridgeGateHealth™’s any-to-any integration platform handles very complex data with virtually no coding required, reducing the complexity and length of integration projects to weeks or days resulting in lower costs. For more information, visit https://vorro.net/
SHIEC is the national collaborative of health information exchanges (HIEs) and strategic business and technology partners. As the unbiased data trustees in their communities, the 60 member HIE organizations manage and provide for the secure digital exchange of data by medical, behavioral, and social service providers to improve the health of the communities they serve. Collectively, SHIEC members serve almost 75 percent of the U.S. population. For more information about SHIEC, visit firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Twitter at @SHIEClive.