Healthcare organizations are able to send and receive relevant data in real time for a single patient in industry-standard documents, providing caregivers a more complete picture of patient health, which leads to more informed treatment decisions and better coordination of care.
by exchanging a summary picture of patients' health and care in an accessible and readable format. Learn more.
Clinical Document Exchange allows you to determine the correct document type to receive and send patient health information to meet your objective.
by querying and viewing patient information when the physician, patient, or State agency, etc. need it – day or night.
Certified to meet Meaningful Use Stage 2 Core Set Objective 12, to provide a summary care record for each transition of care referral. The inbound portion of Clinical Document Exchange can assist the hospital in meeting Meaningful Use Stage 2 Core Objective 5 by making data available for reconciliation.
Sends and accepts data in many document types: HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), Continuity of Care Document (CCD), Healthcare-Associated Infection (HAI), Continuity of Care Record (CCR) and more.
Communicate easily with EMR systems, Record Locator Services, and send and receive Personal Health Records (PHRs).
Receive notification once the patient’s medical summary is available.
Create flexible business rules to accommodate each hospital’s specific workflows.