Healthcare internet firm Healthvision has announced a fourth partner to its eHealth interoperability exchange program, with the addition of AssistMed’s MediPort electronic health record.
Healthvision’s eHealth exchange electronically links all members of the patient care team, including physicians, hospitals, labs and other stakeholders, for the purpose of sharing key clinical data among all care providers and developing a complete electronic data record for all patients.
The exchange is designed specifically to create an interconnected, comprehensive electronic health record (EHR) of both inpatient and ambulatory data. These patient data are then delivered to all care team participants, either through implemented EMR/EHR applications or through web-based portal views. Healthvision says its architecture ensures private and secure data exchange while providing a patient-centric data repository from multiple sources.
The exchange delivers components including HIPAA-compliant security, providing authentication, access and auditing for all clinical data, patient identity resolution, plus a patient-centric longitudinal data repository that can store data from inpatient and ambulatory systems.
AssistMed’s patient-centric online EHR, MediPort, allows the creation, access, and availability of medical data to the entire authorized community of care.
The partnership with Healthvision and the incorporation of MediPort with eHealth interoperability exchange further realizes our company goal of delivering real-time health information, personalized workflow, and point-of-care knowledge to providers across the continuum of care, stated Raul Kivatinetz, president, COO and co-founder of AssistMed.