Improving the quality of patient care with seamless Oracle Suite integration
Headquartered in the United Kingdom, the client is a leading healthcare institution specializing in Rheumatology and Neuroscience, with branches all over the country.
The client was struggling to maintain multiple integration environments, and hesitant to move from a component-oriented design (COD) to a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
Maintenance of disparate environments was not sustainable, particularly for departments like radiology. The client also sought to migrate pathology details in a specific format while keeping customization intact. The goal was therefore, to leverage the existing architecture and assets while enabling long-term evolution of the business as per business and market needs.
After carefully analyzing the client’s existing Oracle system, team YASH laid down a sustainable SOA transitional strategy, and enhanced the reliability and scalability of the platform. The comprehensive SOA migration charter included everything from infrastructure requirements, to a long-term architectural migration roadmap. Using global flexible delivery models, the team leveraged the best practices and proven frameworks to migrate to the new Oracle SOA Suite.
The integrations and architecture laid down by YASH helped deliver a unified enterprise application platform and coordination of care. With the right patient information and medical guidance accessible to the right person at the right time also led to an improved quality of patient care. With reduced inefficiencies and manual redundancies, the team was also able to bring down the cost of maintaining the architecture, as well as the errors resulting from incomplete or scattered information consumption.