J P Systems, Inc.

About Us

J P Systems, Inc.

What J P Systems does: We develop IT strategies for patient record interoperability. We work to develop standards for the exchange of clinical data. This enables patient data to be sent outside of one provider's electronic patient records system to another healthcare provider with an entirely different patient records system. All that we do is for the end goal of the interoperability of clinical data. This work is called Clinical Decision Support or CDS.

 

The real trick is not just to send data - but to send usable people and machine readable data. We gather the patient records from all reachable and secure outside healthcare providers and deliver it electronically to a new provider, compiled into a ‘virtual patient record’. The data securely is transmitted electronically through authorized senders to an authorized doctor who needs it. All of this searching and compiling of many patient encounters and various lab test results happens through out the nation in a few minutes of time.

 

Our goal is to achieve interoperability between different Electronic Health Records systems (EHRs). We also use UML data modeling to model and define healthcare domains. These domains form the basis of an information model for the development of healthcare software systems and applications. We also develop international healthcare data standards for the exchange of electronic healthcare messages sent between organizations.

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We provide professional services for Healthcare IT software system design, software systems requirements analysis, clinical informatics systems design, data architecture and business analysis.

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Mission Statement

J P Systems, Inc.

J P Systems, Inc. is passionate about developing software system designs, analyzing requirements, and analyzing business processes to create software healthcare systems that can talk to each other. We work to improve data exchange in order to enable the timely receipt of clinical data between providers to improve patient care. We develop international data standards for Healthcare IT interoperability.


Strict standards development for data exchange give IT developers predictable structures for message exchange. We employ enterprise architects, data standards architects, UML modelers, developers of use cases, and business analysts. We provide professional services for IT strategy and healthcare IT policy formulation, business process analysis, data and process modeling, terminologies and enterprise service architecture. Our ultimate goal is to facilitate data exchange for inter-agency collaboration. Doctors' offices, government agencies, clinics, healthcare providers and the patients will all benefit from the timely availability of secure clinical information.

Our Vision

Jackie Mulrooney
Jackie Mulrooney, President

Our vision for Healthcare IT is to architect fully shareable medical records to improve the quality of patient care for all ages from NICs to nursing homes. Exchanging clinical data is an enormous challenge both semantically and syntactically. The solutions are many faceted and the costs can be intimidating. But there are standard terminologies which can be referenced, open source architectural tooling, and highly advanced UML model driven techniques with XML to attack these problems. More restrictive and highly functional messaging standards are being developed with HL7's FHIR standard for exchange. Security and privacy are being built into the basic structures of the data. We look forward to an interoperable tomorrow.

Galen Mulrooney
Galen Mulrooney

The work of healthcare IT is a highly complicated process. The intricacies of all the possible diseases, laboratory tests, diagnosis, and treatment processes, along with all the other healthcare domains, make the work of data architecture a monumental task. Subject matter experts are needed in the clinical, technical and business realms to meet together regularly. The IT people must understand what the clinical people do and how they think to enable the computers to serve them. Our vision is to supply those experts in the technical and business realms to capture your processes and skillfully and intelligently implement them in your IT systems.