Ezovion FHIR Engine Pioneering in Health Data Interoperability

Transforming Healthcare Connectivity

Ezovion’s Integration Engine Enables Effortless Data Exchange Across Platforms, Maintaining FHIR Database Compliance Without Disrupting Current Deployment.

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A Secure, Scalable, Cost-effective, and Configurable Interoperability Solution that Enables Providers to Access Patient’s Critical Data at a Critical Time

FHIR Resources

Supports all FHIR resources Platform-Agnostic Compatibility.


Supports SMART-on-FHIR authentication capability for all stakeholders requesting for health data.

OAuth 2.0 Security

OAuth 2.0 security has been implemented keep health data secured.

FHIR Interactions

Supports a comprehensive set of FHIR interactions such as Search, Create, Read, Update, Delete, Batch, and other Transaction.

Peer-to-Peer Connectivity

Equipped with peer-to-peer data exchange, that two healthcare facilities can exchange their health data.

Transaction Logs & Auditing

Track current, FHIR transformation data format, and event meta data for easy tracking and auditing.

How does Ezovion FHIR help providers Fulfil their Healthcare Objectives?

Access health data in real-time

The interoperable platform that provides real-time access to patient records.

Automated Medical Data Access

No more manual medical record request processing, access patients’ medical records securely through an automated request process.

Data Management for Payers

Pre-approval, claims and relevant data can be shared with payers through an automated request process to save time and to optimize cost.

Cost Optimization

Reduces connectivity costs with built-in interoperability in our healthcare platform While connecting you with other stakeholders.


This step will make public health integrations and reporting tasks such as India’s Ayushman Bharat (ABHA), and Saudi Arabia NPHIES easy.


What are the basic concepts of FHIR?

FHIR comprises patient, provider, payer, and other healthcare entity data, known as resources, organized into hierarchical levels. These resources are segmented into modules within the levels to assist implementers in navigating the functional aspects of the specification.

FHIR, or Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, represents a standard set by Health Level Seven International® (HL7®) for the electronic exchange of healthcare information. 

EHR APIs are mainly crafted to address specific inquiries related to common clinical workflows or data exchange requests, whereas FHIR is distinctly structured around resources. 

Interoperability refers to the capability of two or more systems to exchange health information and effectively utilize the received information. Achieving full interoperability across all types of health IT will require time.

FHIR offers a standardized approach for healthcare systems to exchange data, simplifying scalability and integration with new systems. It functions as a “build once, use many” technology, reducing data exchange complexity and ensuring data accuracy and consistency across diverse systems.