Dynamic Health IT is dedicated to developing technology to benefit healthcare providers and vendors. We specialize in meaningful use certification solutions and system interoperability via standards such as HL7, Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), CCDA, CCD, etc.
Dynamic Health IT, Inc. was established in 1999 to meet the demands of the modern healthcare information technology environment. Our Founder and President, Jeff Robbins, has worked hands on in busy hospital IT departments, as an IT Director at a major teaching hospital and in a variety of roles for prominent HIT software vendors. Jeff and the Dynamic team understand healthcare organizations' need for flexible IT resources and expertise.
Headquartered in New Orleans, we have consultants throughout the United States. Our core competencies are integration of healthcare data and development of certified EHR software. Our team has advanced expertise in HITECH certification and Meaningful Use. We are skilled in interface engines such as HL7Connect, Epic Bridges, Cloverleaf®, Rhapsody™ and OPENLink™. We embrace opportunities to develop complex interfaces and resolve intricate technical challenges. Several years ago, we began a search for a more cost-effective interface engine solution for small and mid-sized healthcare entities. We discovered HL7Connect and quickly became the exclusive North American service provider for HL7Connect.
Our team has experience working for major software vendors (including McKesson™, Healthvision™) and hospital systems (Georgetown University Hospital, Partners Healthcare, Children's Hospital, Touro Infirmary and Alegent Health System) prior to joining Dynamic Health IT. We have managed major projects and large groups of employees in addition to completing many software development projects and consulting engagements.
Customer service is central to our mission. Dynamic Health IT associates are eager to extend our Southern hospitality and strive to deliver value while focusing on top-notch support. Our paramount goal is to exceed customer expectations.