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Changing your Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) – Montpellier University Hospital

Publié le 09/10/2017

Changing your Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) – Montpellier University Hospital


How the Montpellier University Hospital successfully made the switch

How was your experience with Enovacom?

We first met Enovacom 5 years ago to evaluate their interoperability platform to help us manage exchanging data with our partners, which includes the French blood organisation. We were then selected by MS Santé as a pilot site and we chose the ENOVACOM Secure Messaging solution. The goal was to be compatible with MS Santé but also to send emails securely without impacting or changing the existing email tool.

Why change your interoperability platform?

We had to replace our old EAI as it had become obsolete and was maintained by a worker who was retiring. Our goal was to have a newer, more modern interoperability platform that would help us meet our requirements: managing the rise in data exchange between different organisations and within our own establishment with specific adjustments for each recipient.

Moreover, our Pastel GAM software (Patient Administrative Management) from Mipih was installed with its own EAI, a second platform that needed managing. The idea is really to have one single interoperability solution to centralise all the data streams to make work easier to manage on a daily basis.

What we were looking for: to be able to create interfaces independently.

Can you give us 3 words to describe the Enovacom interoperability platform (previously Antares V2)?



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How was the project managed?

We received the solution on time and are were very satisfied and still are with the support Enovacom provided.

They advised us to set up naming protocols and gave us lots of tips and tricks.

Here are a few figures to summarise the project: 20 days after installation, training and support we were able to migrate and set up 60 interfaces independently in under 7 months.

What types of data were used in the project?

Many different types were used but the main categories were:

IMS (Information Management System) patient data, results and reports

Structure, product and supplier reference data

Economic and financial management data (expenses, revenue, stock management, accounting data)

Hospital invoicing information (procedures, sending patient ASPs, and private health insurance)

HR data (users, assignments, absences, variable payroll information)

Hospital Identity Form:

Name of structure: Montpellier University Hospital

Website: www.chu-montpellier.fr