CRISP is seeking to procure a clinical document repository and retrieval service for the purpose of storing and retrieving documents using standard ITI conventions. CRISP has a strong preference for a solution that is open-source or has clear and transparent list pricing. Further, CRISP has strong preference for a solution which fits within our existing Azure framework. The solution should have the ability to search by patient and by source and to test (ITI) calls within the service. For this RFP, we are not looking for a user interface to present CCDAs visually—we are focused on the APIs. It should also have standard logging capabilities (timestamp, requestor, patient, documents returned, success/fail) and be able to interact with CRISP’s accounting of disclosures service. Any solution introduced into the CRISP environment must conform to CRISP security policies, performance standards, and code review.
CRISP will routinely answer and post to our website questions and answers related to this procurement. Questions will be accepted via email until May 12. Please email questions and requests for clarification to Candice Titus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CRISP Document Repository FAQs
Regarding the two HQMF related standards listed in the requirements under “Standards & Codes” – Is there anything outside of the ability to store and serve up the HQMF documents that we should be aware of as a requirement?
Updated: May, 14, 2020