Dapasoft launches clinical data integration engine Corolar Cloud

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Dapasoft launched the first version of Corolar Cloud, an integration engine running on the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform.

The Corolar Cloud clinical data integration engine allows healthcare CIOs to securely on-board mobile healthcare apps and Internet of Things solutions. It features a pay-as-you-go healthcare integration model. It was designed and developed with Microsoft Logic Apps on Azure. While Corolar Cloud runs on Azure, it is also compatible with Microsoft BizTalk.

"By providing a clinical data integration engine on Azure we are able to provide a highly secure, scalable, and easy-to-use clinical data integration to any electronic health records or healthcare analytics systems. We are thrilled to innovate and bring Azure-based HL7 integration to the market," said Michael Lonsway, president of Dapasoft.

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