openEHR enables a healthcare organisation or system to be interoperable, federated, and use standards-based API’s to interact with data, moving the entire landscape from an app-centric architecture to a data-centric one.
Eliminating data silos – openEHR eliminates data silos, removes point to point integrations between applications and provides a composable architecture that accelerates digital transformation. This data-centric approach enables a Digital Health Platform ecosystem of intuitive, patient-centred applications to be more easily developed and integrated on top of the openEHR data layer.
Vendor neutral data provision – Taking a vendor-neutral approach to data provision, and establishing an ecosystem of applications around your data, enables greater data governance, semantics, agility, and fluidity.
Robust data modelling – openEHR’s robust modelling framework, where domain models are created by domain experts and are separated from technical layers, leads to greater agility and re-use.
Modularity and extensibility – OpenEHR’s modular architecture allows healthcare organisations to build and extend their healthcare IT systems incrementally. This makes it easier to add new features, integrate with other systems, and adapt to evolving healthcare requirements over time.