Capitalize on the cloud’s full potential with a FHIR data store

FHIR data stores: A powerful solution for clinical data aggregation and storage

With a FHIR store, you can centralize and manage all of your clinical data from multiple source systems in a single location for scalability and efficiency. This equips your organization to accelerate the use of real-time analytics, reporting, and seamless data-sharing capabilities.

FHIR stores:

  • leverage the widely adopted Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) standard, making it easier to connect data with a variety of cloud services and applications; and
  • are HIPAA eligible to support healthcare data safety and security.

Key FHIR store advantages

Explore infinite AI/ML possibilities

Cloud-based AI, ML, and advanced analytics can revolutionize healthcare, but deploying them case by case could take decades to reveal their full potential. Instead, accelerate AI/ML adoption in healthcare by building a FHIR store, which unleashes their power rapidly and comprehensively.

Realize longitudinal patient records

Translate and standardize legacy healthcare data within a FHIR store to build 360-degree patient views. Use unified patient records to fuel other products and apps to elevate patient engagement, population health management, care enhancement, and beyond.

Advance compliance readiness

The ONC and CMS push for FHIR adoption via mandates and proposals is clear. Consolidating data within a FHIR store prepares healthcare organizations for impending regulations, ensuring compliance as rules are formalized and enforced.

Experience agile use case responsiveness

Seize new business opportunities, adhere to compliance mandates, and harness technological progress effortlessly using a FHIR store. By translating and normalizing healthcare data into a FHIR store, you not only activate your primary use case but also establish a robust foundation for driving and expediting all future use cases.

Use revolutionary programmability

Builders wield unprecedented power with FHIR, surpassing HL7v2 and other legacy standards. Existing tools like TestScript resources, Microsoft CodeGen, and SQL on FHIR demonstrate FHIR’s potential.  When you pair a FHIR Store with cloud services, you open an avenue to extraordinary innovation.

Streamline quality measures

The use of FHIR for HEDIS quality submission is expected to expand, potentially becoming mandatory if proposed CMS rules are finalized. With a FHIR store, you can simplify data collection, normalization, validation against CQL logic, and submission through certified NCQA partners.  By building a FHIR store now, you ensure your organization’s readiness, while also minimizing human error, bias, and administrative load.

How a FHIR store works for you

While the advantages of a FHIR store are clear, building can be daunting for many healthcare organizations. The majority of healthcare data exists in legacy standards (HL7v2, CDA, X12, and DICOM), necessitating translation. Implementing each standard has its intricacies, and at high volumes, converting and normalizing data to FHIR can be cumbersome and overwhelming. 

How Nova connects your healthcare data to your FHIR store

Recent research reveals organizations struggle with data translation and cloud data ingestion at scale due to challenges in three key areas:

Human expertise


Lack the necessary human resources and skill sets

Financial resources


Lack the budget required

Technical infrastructure


Lack the necessary technical setup

Because of these challenges, projects become lengthy and costly, typically requiring:


Involving a system integrator


Taking longer than 6 months to complete


Costing more than $500 to implement

Experience accelerated deployment with Redox Nova

Redox Nova accelerates the creation of FHIR stores—up to 80% faster than doing it yourself or enlisting help from system integrators. Nova securely extracts data from legacy systems, effortlessly translating and normalizing it to FHIR. With Nova, you can seamlessly onboard data to AWS, Databricks, Google Cloud, or Microsoft Azure FHIR stores. Our efficiency stems from a library of more than  4,000 configurations cultivated across 5,000+ healthcare integrations.

Nova fully supports FHIR R4, including US Core profiles based on R4. 

Redox supports a growing number of FHIR extensions and the following translations:

  • C-CDA to FHIR: Parsing and rendering of 42+ C-CDA section templates across 29+ resource types
  • HL7v2 to FHIR: 21 resource types encompassing common HL7v2 event types (ADT, SIU, ORU, etc.).
  • X12 to FHIR: Future support for 15 resources across select X12 events.
  • DICOM to FHIR: Image retrieval and metadata parsing from legacy DICOM standards.

Discover more

Explore detailed Redox translation capabilities in our Dev docs. We continuously enhance Nova’s translation capabilities, collaborating with customers and actively engaging in FHIR standards development. As an annual sponsor of HL7 FHIR Dev Days and a regular participant in HL7 Connectathons, we maintain our steadfast commitment to innovation.

Tailored for your needs

Nova’s exceptional flexibility ensures no challenge is too unique. If your organization or data sources have distinct requirements, our range of professional services delivers tailored solutions.

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