Asymmetrik Launches Phoenix Enterprise FHIR® Server Amidst 21st Century Cures Deadline

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Phoenix Enterprise brings healthcare data into the hands of the consumer while advancing new development and innovations

Asymmetrik, a leader in software development and data analytics, launches Phoenix Enterprise FHIR® Server; empowering developers, providers, and payers to build new integrations, clinical workflows and applications. Phoenix Enterprise FHIR® Server will help payers comply with the latest ONC 21st Century Cures regulations which mandates insurers offering Medicare or Medicaid plans to implement and maintain a secure, FHIR® Patient Access Application Programming Interface (API); to enable patients to easily access billing data, encounter information, and clinical data.

Asymmetrik’s official open source secure FHIR Server has been a long time favorite among software developers in digital healthcare. Using the Phoenix Enterprise FHIR® Server, healthcare organizations can:

  • Preserve their initial technology investments in data infrastructure by allowing access to legacy data using a common

API standard (HL7 FHIR®)

  • Ensure data security and compliance through secure design, best practices, and comprehensive access, audit and

provenance controls

  • Enable the creation of new classes of data-driven applications for healthcare business process improvement, patient

acquisition and engagement, and research

The newly released Phoenix Enterprise is multi-versioning, enabling industry partners to convert their data to any HL7 FHIR format, regardless of their existing connected system or data format.“Written in Node.JS, and with modern design patterns, the Phoenix FHIR® Server is capable of supporting DSTU2, STU3, and R4 (Release 4) FHIR versions, making it an ideal contribution to the data interoperability space”, states Shane O’Neill, Asymmetrik Developer, “With the ability to scale horizontally on-demand and leverage any PostgreSQL instance (e.g. AWS RDS), our Enterprise variant is extremely performant. Continued R4 support allows compatibility with CMS Blue Button 2.0”

“We’re extremely excited to launch a server that complies with the most recent federal mandates, as well as the overall industry goal of bringing healthcare data into the hands of the consumer and advancing new development and innovations” says Amit Singh, Asymmetrik’s Chief Technology Officer.

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About Asymmetrik Ltd.: Asymmetrik Ltd. ( is a Maryland-based company whose digital healthcare solutions create a positive impact for both patients and health systems. Our user-centered design approach promotes greater accessibility and can dramatically improve patient and physician satisfaction. Using our extensive expertise in systems interoperability, data analytics and UX optimization, we help hospitals and health systems improve the cost and quality of care.

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