PatientKeeper, TechSpring to develop FHIR-based charge capture app for Cerner
Healthcare IT News
PatientKeeper announced last week that it had partnered with TechSpring to develop its charge capture technology into an app for integration within Cerner electronic health record workflows.
PatientKeeper says it already integrates third-party FHIR-based apps into its platform. This is its first venture into developing its own.
The design goal, according to a press release, is for clinicians "to be able to launch PatientKeeper's charge entry screen within their Cerner clinical workflows to record charges for each patient encounter."
PatientKeeper will develop the app in conjunction with TechSpring, an innovation center based out of Baystate Health that helps to accelerate the development of new technologies.