For the past two decades Trinity Technology Group (TrinityTG) has been developing interoperability technology for clients who wish to integrate disparate data across systems within an organization, or across multiple systems and multiple organizations.
TrinityTG is overseeing this technology’s development at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to integrate health care data with the agency’s Offender Management System.
The project involves one of the largest inmate populations in the country.
The idea is to move electronic health care information seamlessly between disparate health care facilities or different health care provider groups that may have unique ways of classifying specific ailments and/or other medical conditions.
In this way, varying institutions can have their distinctive medical databases translated from one system to another thereby offering anyone the most comprehensive health care services feasible no matter where the end user is located.
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