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TIE: The Interface Engine for HL7 and CDA exchange

TIE (formerly known as HL7Connect) is both powerful and easy to use. TIE manages messages and documents, and exchanges them using a wide variety of transport mechanisms. In addition, you can build integration using VBScript or Javascript, or any DotNet or COM capable language, or use TIE from your own application. Download a trial and find out why it is your best choice today.

HL7® and CDA are the registered trademarks of Health Level Seven International

The Interface Engine (TIE) is a complete middleware package focused on implementing the healthcare information exchange standards defined by HL7 International, both Version 2.x messaging and Clinical Documents (CDA)

Dynamic Health IT offers both HL7 training and consulting!

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The Interface Engine is a full-featured environment for all your HL7® needs:

Simple browser-based screens for developing, maintaining and monitoring interfaces
Interface Engine, HL7, healthcare integration solutions, CCDA, CCD, Clinical Documents
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SHIN-NY Solution

State Health Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY) is a statewide platform that allows participants to exchange patient clinical care information throughout the state.  By March 09, 2017, all NY general hospitals and health care facilities that are utilizing certified electronic health record technology must connect to the SHIN-NY and allow for private and secure bi-directional access to patient information.  For more information on SHIN-NY, click here


Examples of real-time data collected:


  • Demographics

  • Allergies

  • Diagnosis

  • Care Plan

  • Lab Results




Implementation of Dynamic’s SHIN-NY Solution ensures successful submission of Patient Clinical Data, allowing your organization to comply with state regulations.  Dynamic Health IT’s ConnectEHR and The Interface Engine (TIE) work together to create and send CCDA 1.1 & 2.1 via XDR to Healthix.  ConnectEHR creates CCDAs and TIE will securely transport the xml file, then sends via XDS to Healthix.  If your EHR creates CCDAs, TIE will then send the CCDA to Healthix via XDS.

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