An open-source based solution provides greater transparency and increased trust compared to closed-source solutions.
The open-source code of the OpenTHC system provides improved security.
This model allows all integrating service providers a better understanding of the system.
Of course, open-source code doesn’t mean open data. In fact, open-code improves data security and puts the agency in complete control.
Improved system testing, over and above what our closed source competitors can offer.
These tests allow government agencies and their constituents to prove to themselves, and each other, the system works as intended.
The OpenTHC solution is fully customizable. For common, agency specific, customizations or rule impelmeneation the system we provide existing middleware. Additinonally, the agency can create their own middleware with just a few lines of code. If more indepth modifications are necessary, well, the entire functionality is at your disposal.
Open-source systems have a prooven lower total cost of operation/ownership. It’s not simply savings on the cost of software; although there is some benefit there.
The real benefits are that this type of system can be deployed by existing staff, on existing infrastruture. Deployment can be completed in days, not weeks or months. Additionally, when modifications must be made (and they will) these changes can be implemeted by existing staff.
Of course, in a pinch, an agency could also reach out to their other, already approved, technology providers. OpenTHC also offers consulting and enginering support services as well.
The OpenTHC solution is built on a suite of software components. The Compliance Reporting Engine or CRE is the primary data-store and interface, everything else plugs in here through a well documented API. This core system is used to drive the primary Application as well as the CRM, Laboratory / QA, Ops and Reporting components.
Each component is easily modified to agency specific requirements through simple Middleware. These Middleware scripts can be used to extend OpenTHC is nearly infinite ways. From simple rule enforcement or metrics reporting to more complex types of SSO/SAML integrations.
This solution uses entirely open-source components is easy to setup and maintain and easily customizable.