eHealth solutions and services that integrate with your HIE or EHR.
Since 2009, our HIE solutions have been put to work as enterprise HIEs, public HIEs, and secure-messaging services. Our tools give a secure, point-to-point exchange of patient information and bi-directional exchange, using the most current standards.
Wouldn't it be great if your HIE could support the full spectrum of interoperability standards? It can.
Lifescape Exchange supports:
Insight into your patients health:
Provider Summaries present patients' movements into and out of acute care settings via DIRECT secure messaging. These summaries streamline the discharge management process. A Patient Summary presents both the historical and planned patient movements, and it can be delivered into the provider EMR under patient context (just like a lab or a transcription report) when the patient checks in for a visit. These reports help providers understand what has happened since their last encounter with a patient, and they help coordinate future care by presenting planned appointments.
Beyond simple reporting, Lifescape Encounter Services makes data available for community analytics, allowing a better understanding how appointments are made and managed, and deliver insight into patient interactions within acute care settings.
Each clinical item – for example, an encounter or a medication – is persisted with a reference to its data source, so an explicit link between clinical data and the data's source is always evident.
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