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IGUANA Integration Engine

Available from: iNTERFACEWARE
IGUANA is an integration engine that enables healthcare applications and organizations to easily exchange electronic information.

Streamline your integration from design to deployment:

Build any interface with a single standardized mapping environment: HL7, CDA, X12, Web Services and more.

Test your interfaces during and after development with integrated testing tools.

Deploy without risk using runtime versioning on any OS, with any DB, whether on-site on in the cloud.

Maintain and monitor every interface from a single web-based dashboard and create your own customized alerts.

From small physician practices to EMR vendors and statewide HIEs, Iguana scales with your business as you need it, when you need it.
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