Interoperability

Easy and secure data exchange with other providers, laboratories,
pharmacies, immunization / disease registries and many more…

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What is Interoperability in Healthcare?

Interoperability in healthcare means the ability of communicate, exchange data, and use the information that has been exchanged between different healthcare information systems and software applications.

Enterprise Integration Adaptors

iPatientCare Enterprise Integration Adaptors (EIA) enable you to exploit the real power of EHR interoperability by  facilitating standards-based data exchange with other EHR systems, health information exchanges (HIEs), labs, pharmacies, payers, immunization and  disease registries, and public health agencies. All these exchange between healthcare information systems happens accurately and securely within the existing workflow.  The EIA enhances the quality of care by delivering timely and accurate information, critical for your patients’ health.

The following lists a few of the most commonly adapted integration brokers:

Third party Practice Management System:

  • Bi-directional patient demographics using HL7 ADT
  • Bi-directional patient appointments using HL7 SIU
  • Bi-directional financial transactions (charge codes) using HL7 DFT

Third-party Inpatient / Ambulatory EHR / Health Information Exchange:

  • Bi-directional patient demographics using HL7 ADT
  • Bi-directional patient appointments using HL7 SIU
  • Bi-directional financial transactions (charge codes) using HL7 DFT
  • Bi-directional patient’s Clinical Summaries using HL7-CCD/C-CDA
  • Bi-directional exchange of Medical Documents using HL7 MDM Message–Medical Document Management
Third party Lab Information Systems:

  • Bi-directional lab orders using HL7 – ORM
  • Bi-directional lab results using HL7 – ORU

Pharmacy systems using SureScripts gateway:

  • Send electronic prescriptions using NCPDP Script NewRx Message
  • Receive electronic refill requests using NCPDP Script RefReq Message
  • Send electronic refill response using NCPDP Script RefRes Message

State Immunization Registries

  • Bi-directional Immunization Information using HL7-VXU

iPatientCare EHR-Direct

iPatientCare EHR-Direct

Using iPatientCare EHR-Direct, you can maintain the providers’ directory and send out referrals along with other clinical documents electronically and securely using the click of a button. Similarly the referrals received from other providers are delivered to your dashboard electronically and you can import the demographics, allergies, medications and problem list into your patient records. This saves your time tremendously and eliminates costly mistakes caused by manual data entry.

Health Information Exchange

iPatientCare Health Information Exchange (HIE) provides a framework for disparate clinical systems to interact with one another and building a community-wide network. It provides a community Portal that facilitates a holistic view of a patient’s record captured at various healthcare information systems like ambulatory clinics, hospital systems, and / or updated by consumers (i.e. patients). It typically serves the following customers:

  • Physicians within a community network, e.g. members of IPAs and PHOs
  • Consumers to view and control access to their health record
  • Hospitals and Health Systems to connect with their affiliated physicians
  • Public health Agencies and Registries to view the summary of patient population

Health Information Exchange

Medical Devices

iPatientCare EHR comes with multiple built-in connectors for importing data from medical devices. It covers all widely popular vital signs, EKG, Spirometry, Holter monitor and home monitoring and wearable devices.

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iPatientCare EDI

iPatientCare Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is a full-feature clearing house that is tightly integrated with iPatientCare EHR/PMS and enables providers to tackle lost revenue, staffing issues, patient management, and workflow optimization. It provides personalized and reliable electronic claim service and electronic remittance advice. It also provides essential software tools and online services to test, analyze, correct, and scrub HIPAA X12 EDI transaction sets.

X12 EDI messages supported by iPatientCare:

  • 837P - Health Care Claim, Professional
  • 837I - Health Care Claim, Institutional
  • 835 - Health Care Claim Payment/Advice
  • 278 - Health Care Services Request for Review and Response
  • 276 - Health Care Claim Status Request
  • 277 - Health Care Claim Status Response
  • 270 - Health Care Claim Eligibility Inquiry
  • 271 - Health Care Claim Eligibility Response

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We use iPatientCare for medical billing. They are reliable, the staff is knowledgeable, and they help address the day-to-day bill and receiving issues we all face in practice. The staff is very efficient, responsible and courteous, their attention to detail is good. Our account receivables have remained manageable and their integrated software have helped us to keep track of money owed by payers and patients when they come to see us at the office

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