Software Development Platform

Software design & development has evolved greatly since the 1960s. The evolution of software design paradigms has gone through many distinct stages that has led to systems that are far more sophisticated than we ever thought possible, while also being much more intuitive and ultimately, user-friendly.

HITaaS application development environment leverages the MVC architecture, Webservices, APIs, and microservices. Additionally, the platform contains a set of prebuilt modules that can be configured and customized by the user to build, test and deploy highly scalable applications.

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Modules
SDK
Microservices
APIs
Components of blueEHR application development environment
Prebuilt
Configurable
Plugin Mode
Modules
Prebuilt
Configurable
Plugin Mode

blueEHR® “Modules” is one of the four core components of the Health IT as a Service (HITaaS)® application development environment.

blueEHR pre-built modules offer core components for your healthcare organization’s clinical, commercial, and administrative operations. These modules are configurable to customize the platform to fit your unique requirements.

The “Module Installer” within the blueEHR HITaaS environment allows you to enable or disable individual prebuilt modules – aka “plugin mode”. Custom developed modules using the blueEHR SDKs are also plugged into the system and activated within the Module Installer. Developers of WordPress® or similar platforms would be familiar with this user-friendly approach.

blueEHR modules covers the spectrum of needs for your healthcare organization.

SDK - Software Development Kit
Simplified
Well Documented
Sample Projects

blueEHR®-HITaaS® takes customization to a new level. While some healthcare applications allow you to customize certain features of the tool, blueEHR enables you to create your own applications.

blueEHR provides an SDK – taking advantage of the robust infrastructure and flexible development tools, you can quickly create your own application.

The “Module Installer” within the blueEHR HITaaS environment allows you to enable or disable individual prebuilt modules – aka “plugin mode”. Custom developed modules using the blueEHR SDKs are plugged into the system and activated within the Module Installer. Developers of WordPress® or similar platforms would be familiar with this user-friendly approach.

Simplified
Well Documented
Sample Projects
Healthcare Domain Logic
Single Responsibility
Monitored
Microservices
Healthcare Domain Logic
Single Responsibility
Monitored

MSA or Microservices architecture structures an application as a suite of independently deployable, modular services, each of which has a separate business capability. This means that each of these components can be individually deployed or customized without affecting the integrity of the entire application.

blueEHR uses the microservices architecture wherein the application is built as integrated services. As such, you can easily add or remove features and functions on the go without affecting business operations.

blueEHR microservices has a set of microservices that are specific to healthcare applications.

APIs
HL7 Responses
Native Testing Environment
Granular or Comprehensive

Application programming interfaces, or APIs, have become the basis of almost all things that consumers can do online.  blueEHR offers a bundle of APIs, both REST and SOAP, that allow you to easily connect to internal and external services for integrating the entire infrastructure into a single entity.

Most APIs give you JSON for their Get responses requiring you to have to convert the same to healthcare specific languages.  blueEHR not only gives you JSON but also speaks the healthcare vocabulary through HL7

blueEHR provides a native testing environment for your API development through our Developer Portal. You do not have to use third party tools like Postman or Swagger.

Our APIs are broken down in detail for programmers to mold their applications with specific nuances. We also provide broader functioning APIs for entire processes.

HL7 Responses
Native Testing Environment
Granular or Comprehensive