The CAL2CAL Information Integration Infrastructure (CALi3 TM) is a collection of products and services that
facilitate information sharing, system integration, and business intelligence in an enterprise having an ICT
application architecture comprised of heterogeneous independent application systems.
CAL2CAL provides solutions in the application architecture space. We also provide solutions offered by third-party solution providers with whom we partner. Our professional services related to application architecture leverage investments in existing technologies, identify architectural gaps, and propose methods of resolving architectural gaps.
The CAL2CAL Information Integration Infrastructure (CALi3 TM) is a standards-based framework for integration of healthcare data and events across system boundaries. It integrates individual information held by different health departments and service providers into a common repository that is HL7 version 3 RIM compliant. The integration architecture incorporates a message broker to talk to individual systems; a Knowledge Management System (CALKMS) provides common vocabulary and lexicon; an Integrated Data Repository to store operational data; and a messaging system for issuing and managing notifications and alerts. This tool integrates seamlessly with our Business Intelligence solution CALBI.
The CALiTM unique assemblage of technical infrastructure components is especially well suited to the HAI information acquisition, assimilation, and application requirements. The information management requirements of HAI fall into five areas of concern:
CALBI is the Business Intelligence solution that delivers information from the CALHI3 data repository. The “Situational Analysis Dashboard” built on CALBI solution provides the Health Executives a dashboard style reporting - summary view of health events and external services like the Emergency Management Information Service, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC-USA), National Health Service (NHS - UK), World Health Organisation (WHO) and Weather Services.