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What does DEI stand for?

DEI stands for Data Exchange Interface


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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Data from the system referred to above should also be submitted to the Employer for data exchange interface based on web service made available by the Contractor and acting on the basis of the HTTP request.
In addition we have developed new services for working groups: lists to make the correction of data easier; a program to extract selected data and arrange it as a printed catalogue with indexes, in traditional book format; a search facility for music incipits in the Kallisto database; a standard data exchange interface for MARCXML data.
Instead of mobile application developers trying to integrate with over 1,000 different EMRs and 1000s of different home telehealth monitoring hardware devices, VRI and CareConnectors are providing a unified, quality checked, data exchange interface that lets application developers focus on their products instead of becoming home monitoring data integrators or telehealth device porting engineers.
Instead of mobile application developers trying to integrate with over 1,000 different EMRs and 1000s of different home telehealth monitoring hardware devices, VRI and CareConnectors are providing a unified, quality checked, data exchange interface that lets application developers focus on their products instead of becoming home monitoring data integrators or telehealth device porting engineers.
As part of the certification process, MedAssets Claims Auditor was tested to ensure that it integrates with EHR's internal, proprietary enterprise technology systems through accurate data sharing across an inbound/outbound data exchange interface that was created by EHR.
Instead of app developers trying to integrate with over 1,000 different EMRs with varying implementations of each EMR at different healthcare providers, we are providing a unified data exchange interface that lets developers focus on their products instead of becoming EMR integrators.