Three Good Reasons to Move from an Open Source EAI to ENOVACOM Integration Engine

The Paris Saint Joseph Group moved to ENOVACOM Integration Engine after it subcontracted laboratory tests to the Leopold Bellan Hospital (LBH): a range of new requirements for integration and new data flow between the hospitals needed to be set up rapidly. Formerly LBH was using the enterprise application integration product Mirth, which had become increasingly difficult to adapt to the new requirements. See how the ENOVACOM Integration Engine solution turned their problems into benefits.

LONDON--()--Enovacom, editor in HIS interoperability and security solutions, totals around 1,500 customers. The Paris Saint Joseph Group (PSJG) is one of them - the IT department decided to develop the ENOVACOM Integration Engine’s solution and measured the following benefits

“The previous CTO who had developed our Mirth solution left and the team was unable to make it work”

  • Data integrity and confidentiality – According to Aurelie Timsit, Chief executive of LBH, “ENOVACOM Integration Engine helps in both protecting confidentiality and enabling data exchange – a patient with one patient number in Paris St Joseph had a different identifier in LBH, Enovacom developed quickly a transformation table… We gained a lot of time through avoiding duplicate ordering while the system was transparent to the system users.”
  • Easy Integration and transfer of data across sites and systems – LBH and (PSJG) had tremendous problems in trying to support LBH to adapt its open source solution. “The previous CTO who had developed our Mirth solution left and the team was unable to make it work”. After 3 months the team gave up and moved to the Enovacom’s solution, “Enovacom was able to develop a working interface in a few days and it worked first time. We now have a single view of each patient across both hospitals, without duplications. We can effectively manage orders and results as one hospital,” confirms the CTO of PSJG.
  • Rapid interface development without developer-level programming skills – Aurelie Timsit concluded we “could develop interfaces between applications without developer level knowledge being required. We found that an open source solution was too difficult for most of our It staff to use, while Enovacom gave us the capability to do our own interfaces.”


Enovacom was established in 2002. It provides healthcare organisations and care providers with interoperable data integration and security solutions. It empowers health providers to deliver against the health integration agenda whilst supporting provision of improved health outcomes and better experience for the patient.


Nathalie Perchard, 0033-4-86-67-00-58