Dapasoft recognized by Microsoft for health innovation
August 7, 2019
LAS VEGAS – Microsoft Canada announced that Dapasoft Inc., of Toronto, is the winner in the healthcare category in its annual IMPACT awards. Dapasoft won for its innovative use of Azure services to drive cloud adoption in Canadian healthcare. In particular, Dapasoft has created Corolar, the only Microsoft Azure native healthcare integration platform as a service (iPaaS), focusing on connecting clinical and non-clinical health IT systems for reducing cost and improving quality of care.
There were 24 winners across 24 categories. The healthcare application innovation award was just launched this year, given Microsoft’s continued strategic focus in this vertical. The IMPACT award winners were announced during the Canadian Keynote & Awards event in July, held in Las Vegas as part of Microsoft Inspire.
In its award-winning application, Corolar iPaaS offers native integration from EHR systems to Microsoft Teams for securely transmitting patient data across for the care continuum for coordinated care. Two successful POC deployed in 4 weeks bringing EHR data from Meditech into Microsoft Teams for supporting huddles and care coordination objectives.
“We are already focusing on the next wave of innovation,” said Michael Lonsway (pictured), president of Dapasoft. “We are delivering on Microsoft Teams with Corolar to our customers demanding secure messaging, care coordination and collaboration solutions. We are excited to continue our innovation in healthcare application development on Microsoft Teams and Azure.”
Each year, Microsoft Canada hosts the IMPACT Awards to celebrate innovation in technology recognizing the outstanding work its partners do to deliver virtually seamless solutions to customers. The IMPACT Awards showcase the excellence and innovation within Microsoft’s Canadian Partner community. The Microsoft partner ecosystem is also thriving like never before – with over 9,000 partners in Canada.
“The IMPACT Awards are an annual awards celebration that recognize the outstanding work our Canadian partners have done in delivering transformative solutions and for their impact in the markets in which we work and live, all across Canada,” said Suzanne Gagliese, vice president at Microsoft Canada.
“The Microsoft partner ecosystem is also thriving like never before – with over 9,000 partners in Canada and more than 3,000 partners that joined the Microsoft Canadian ecosystem during 2019, our community has never been stronger,” said Gagliese. “It’s no wonder that IDC recognized Microsoft and our Partner network as the leader in the industry for applications and software development.”
For its part, Dapasoft has extensive experience developing collaborative portals and solutions. Specifically to facilitate care collaboration Dapasoft has developed Corolar FHIR Server for Teams, an HL7-FHIR compliant FHIR API integration solution, which brings clinical EHR data in HL7 format into Microsoft Teams for efficient care coordination.