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Engineering Teams

Engineers have enough to do that committing cycles to becoming compliance and integration experts is the last thing they should prioritize. Catalyze relieves the burden so technology teams can work on their products.

Achieve Compliance. Increase Productivity.

What we know about compliant infrastructure

Compliance is not a product differentiator.

Achieving HIPAA compliance in the cloud is a problem that has already been solved by the industry. All digital health products that handle PHI need to be HIPAA compliant so compliance is not a differentiator for your company. Instead compliance is a cost center.

High-performance web-scale and compliance both require industry best practices.

Regardless of whether requirements come from regulatory or product origins, you will need to leverage industry best practices for managing code, configuration, and infrastructure changes. Compliance requires experience with the same best practices for managing those changes.

Performance can always be better. Compliance is never complete.

Regulations change constantly. Industry preferences are updated sporadically. HIPAA compliance requires on-going expertise in an ever-growing list of moving parts. You can never be sure you are fully compliant unless you are dedicated to continuous focus on compliance.

What it means to you

Compliance is not a value-added expertise.

You want to focus on the projects which add value to the product, so why focus on mastering all the complexities of compliance. You will have a bigger impact by letting someone else solve it, much like how you use cloud vendors like AWS or Azure instead of maintain your own data centers.

High-performance IT techniques require trust in vendor partners. Compliance is no different.

You rely on cloud partners to ensure reliability and minimize latency. Those who don't have the time or resources to own and maintain your own data center offload this critical part of your stack. You already rely on cloud partners—to own infrastructure best practices and compliance is no different.

Maintaining high-performance infrastructure and compliance are full-time jobs.

Are you in charge of ensuring your infrastructure is HIPAA compliant? Be prepared to understand all of HIPAA's controls, how to technologically meet each control—plus managing an on-going process of audits. Off-loading the burden makes a compounding list of distractions manageable.

What we know

Compliance is not a product differentiator.

Achieving HIPAA compliance in the cloud is a problem that has already been solved by the industry. All digital health products that handle PHI need to be HIPAA compliant so compliance is not a differentiator for your company. Instead compliance is a cost center.

What it means to you

Compliance is not a value-added expertise.

You want to focus on the projects which add value to the product, so why focus on mastering all the complexities of compliance. You will have a bigger impact by letting someone else solve it, much like how you use cloud vendors like AWS or Azure instead of maintain your own data centers.

What we know

High-performance web-scale and compliance both require industry best practices.

Regardless of whether requirements come from regulatory or product origins, you will need to leverage industry best practices for managing code, configuration, and infrastructure changes. Compliance requires experience with the same best practices for managing those changes.

What it means to you

High-performance IT techniques require trust in vendor partners. Compliance is no different.

You rely on cloud partners to ensure reliability and minimize latency. Those who don't have the time or resources to own and maintain your own data center offload this critical part of your stack. You already rely on cloud partners—to own infrastructure best practices and compliance is no different.

What we know

Performance can always be better. Compliance is never complete.

Regulations change constantly. Industry preferences are updated sporadically. HIPAA compliance requires on-going expertise in an ever-growing list of moving parts. You can never be sure you are fully compliant unless you are dedicated to continuous focus on compliance.

What it means to you

Maintaining high-performance infrastructure and compliance are full-time jobs.

Are you in charge of ensuring your infrastructure is HIPAA compliant? Be prepared to understand all of HIPAA's controls, how to technologically meet each control—plus managing an on-going process of audits. Off-loading the burden makes a compounding list of distractions manageable.

Stratum is the compliance layer powering healthcare's transformation. It will save you time and help you be a hero.

Modern digital health companies use Stratum as their HIPAA compliant, HITRUST CSF Certified platform. Host, deploy, and scale your applications on healthcare's trusted cloud.

Stratum makes compliant configuration management easy.

The technology components under the hood work together to give Stratum's foundation the highest of industry security and privacy standards. Catalyze is HITRUST CSF Certified. Stratum takes care of compliant configurations with each deployment, regardless of your deployment process. It is a mature experience for engineers who just want to get stuff done.

Stratum absorbs infrastructure risk on your behalf.

The buck stops with engineering teams. Either your infrastructure is compliant or it isn't. We take the totality of infrastructure requirements and place the risk on our platform, not your shoulders.

Stratum sits on top of the world's best clouds.

Catalyze does not have it's own datacenter. Instead, we partner with the world's best infrastructure vendors, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, IBM SoftLayer, and Rackspace. This means you can depend on the reliability and speed of the cloud vendors you've come to consistently use and trust.

Master Healthcare Integrations Like an Expert

What we know about integration

Technical debt of healthcare integrations compound over time.

Integrations are point-to-point which means each new integration is a compounding set of things to track.

Healthcare integrations can fail in the middle of the night, with the onus first put on vendors, not health systems.

It's typically up to the vendor to ensure an integration doesn't fail. The problem is integrations will often fail at inopportune times due to dependencies outside of your control.

Integrations require expertise in HL7, FHIR, VPN connectivity, and more no-fun technologies.

The story of healthcare technology is that it's old and hard to develop expertise. It takes an enormous amount of time to master, and there is little value in becoming experts as it eventually gets better.

What it means to you

The technical debt is your responsibility.

Eliminating it frees you to focus on more interesting and valuable projects, and reduces the amount of things you must manage that can go wrong.

Maintaining secure connectivity, like keep-alive VPNs, are your responsibility.

As digital health applications become intertwined with mission critical patient care, ensuring uptime with health system integrations grows in importance for technology teams.

More new things to master. Most aren't helpful to your career.

Becoming an expert takes more than understanding HL7 protocol syntax or brushing up on FHIR's API. You must also know the best clinical workflow mappings and the quirkiness of secure VPN maintenance.

What we know

Technical debt of healthcare integrations compound over time.

Integrations are point-to-point which means each new integration is a compounding set of things to track.

What it means to you

The technical debt is your responsibility.

Eliminating it frees you to focus on more interesting and valuable projects, and reduces the amount of things you must manage that can go wrong.

What we know

Healthcare integrations can fail in the middle of the night, with the onus first put on vendors, not health systems.

It's typically up to the vendor to ensure an integration doesn't fail. The problem is integrations will often fail at inopportune times due to dependencies outside of your control.

What it means to you

Maintaining secure connectivity, like keep-alive VPNs, are your responsibility.

As digital health applications become intertwined with mission critical patient care, ensuring uptime with health system integrations grows in importance for technology teams.

What we know

Integrations require expertise in HL7, FHIR, VPN connectivity, and more no-fun technologies.

The story of healthcare technology is that it's old and hard to develop expertise. It takes an enormous amount of time to master, and there is little value in becoming experts as it eventually gets better.

What it means to you

More new things to master. Most aren't helpful to your career.

Becoming an expert takes more than understanding HL7 protocol syntax or brushing up on FHIR's API. You must also know the best clinical workflow mappings and the quirkiness of secure VPN maintenance.

Redpoint is your integration sherpa.
It guides you through the journey of an integration.

Redpoint automates the setup and maintenance of point-to-point VPN connectivity.

No longer do you need to be an expert on keep-alive VPN irregularities or ensure that the connections are always up. Each new integration means another new VPN to manage, so the value to offload connectivity expertise adds up quickly.

Redpoint handles the mapping of your product's data model to the best HL7 workflow.

First, start with your data model. Then, figure out how to map that data model to the best set of HL7 message types and workflows. Lastly, figure out how to translate from your RESTful APIs to an HL7 protocol. This is not a fun challenge to have or expertise to gain.

Redpoint eliminates the compounding technical debt of healthcare integrations.

If you take anything away, take this: The cost of healthcare integrations are on-going. Never think about an integration as a finite project.

Solid Documentation

Catalyze provides getting-started guides, thorough API documentation and references, and product FAQs within our deep resources area. View our developer resources

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We know development and operations teams are critical to our customers' success. Our support team provides enterprise-grade support SLAs. Access support

Engineering Blog

We periodically share technical behind-the-scenes insights on what it takes to build a HIPAA compliant cloud and integration tools. Visit the engineering blog

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We believe in the importance of open source, and regularly contribute to open source projects. Check out our free company policies. View our open source projects