Interoperable offerings

Facilitate the flow of patient data across provider, vendor, geographical, and technological boundaries with our interoperable systems. Provide practitioners with access to a holistic view of each patient’s record—and with it, the potential to coordinate care across health systems, make more-informed care decisions, and gain operational efficiencies.

Healthcare interoperability solutions

Unify patient data. Our portfolio of interoperability capabilities uses industry standards, network connections, and nationwide exchanges to support your data sharing needs.

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Exchange data from connected sources

Our Health Information Exchange (HIE) solution is a standards-based, scalable, vendor-agnostic point-of-care solution built on the reliable and proven Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise technology infrastructure.

A clear view of patient data

No matter where a patient receives care, HIE can help aggregate clinical data from many connected sources. Empower clinicians to make more-informed decisions with access to each patient’s longitudinal medical history.

Multiple options for access

Depending on your organization’s needs, patient data can be viewed natively in foreign electronic health record (EHR) systems. It can also be accessed through a web-based portal.

Connected sources across networks

Exchange data between a wide range of health providers.

  • Healthcare venues
  • Other HIEs
  • Picture archiving and communication systems for image viewing
  • Province and national registries, such as immunization and prescription drug monitoring programs

Key features of Health Information Exchange

  • Locate and exchange records based on accurate patient matching
  • Exchange records bidirectionally via FHIR standards, and custom APIs
  • Leverage our reporting capabilities for access to audit and transactional data

Collaborate with community providers

Simplifying connectivity between various external systems is essential to enabling communications between these systems and providing continuity of consumer-centric care. When healthcare data is exchanged seamlessly between the EHR and community partners, clinicians have more time to spend with patients.

Drive growth with referrals

Simplify your organization’s referral process and expand the network of referring community providers with Provider Portal. Increase new service line offerings for labs, radiology, ancillary referrals, and surgical services.

Facilitate care coordination

Enhance connectivity outside the enterprise. Community-referring organizations have electronic access to:

  • Care summaries
  • Direct messaging
  • Image viewing
  • Notifications
  • Orders
  • Results
  • Scheduling
  • And more

Follow through on patient referrals

Close the loop on diagnostic orders and referrals with electronic access to patient information from community healthcare providers.

Vendor-agnostic integration

The secure web-based portal is vendor neutral. Users at community partners are onboarded independently from the enterprise EHR and have 24/7 access through multiple devices.

Efficiently manage orders and results

Scanning and faxing paper orders and results between organizations is cumbersome and time consuming. Our Orders and Results solution is designed to help support ambulatory and acute care EHRs by limiting manual, error-prone processes through the electronic exchange of lab and radiology orders and clinical results.

Facilitate referrals

Create electronic orders and exchange laboratory, blood bank, pathology, radiology, and neurology data, and more.

Limit errors from manual matching

Manually matching patients can lead to errors. Orders and Results uses a distributed master patient index to link patient identifiers from a practice to a hospital.

Integrate workflows for efficiency

Present user-specific views of information relevant to your clinicians’ roles. Orders and Results integrates with native workflows and doesn’t require application or hardware installations.

Standardized data sharing

Electronically exchange orders with providers on more than 140 systems. Orders and Results acts as a centralized message delivery service, connecting to HL7-compliant EHRs and offering an end-to-end audit trail of transaction processing.

Connect directly to laboratories

Reference Lab Network (RLN) provides a standardized connection between acute care facilities, ambulatory offices, and commercial reference laboratories by bypassing traditional point-to-point interfaces.

Gain access with a single connection

With one single connection to the RLN hub, acute and ambulatory providers can manage their entire network of labs and place orders and receive results without multiple point-to-point connections between distinct systems.

Get dedicated monitoring and maintenance

Free up your technical staff to focus on other priorities. Let Oracle Health manage connection monitoring and maintenance with a dedicated team of interface engineers.

Expand your lab network

Reference Lab Network can help lower the up-front costs of establishing interfaces by reducing the need for point-to-point connections, enabling hospitals to connect to more reference laboratories.

Customer Testimonial

North York General Hospital on the benefits of Ontario eHub Health Information Exchange

North York General Hospital is connected to the Ontario eHub Health Information Exchange (HIE). Hear how the organization is experiencing a significant breakthrough in healthcare data interoperability as we delve into the details of linking the patient journey and ensuring seamless information flow throughout their care.

Ontario Hospitals Launch Health Information Exchange with Oracle

Ontario is rapidly advancing towards more integrated systems, with the province adopting policies and establishing standards. Within the framework, HIE partners are implementing the first steps of a provincial data exchange that delivers a multitude of benefits including improved and safer transitions of care for patients and residents and better coordination of healthcare services for health service providers,” said Lyn Baluyot, president and CEO, TransForm Shared Service Organization. “I am proud of the hard work and dedication of the Ontario eHub HIE team for bringing us another giant step forward in providing coordinated care of Ontarians.

Benefits of Oracle Health interoperability

See how our interoperability solutions can help your organization improve and automate data sharing workflows.

  • Provide a more comprehensive patient record for clinicians

    Allow clinicians to confidently make informed decisions by incorporating cleansed data from outside sources into the local record.

  • Helps improve care coordination across the continuum

    For a cohesive patient experience, collaborate with providers outside your network using enhanced communication and data sharing capabilities.

  • Gain operational and workflow efficiencies

    Helps reduce the administrative burden with simplified user interfaces and automated workflows.

  • Empower patients at the point of care

    Help clinicians educate patients on costs—and improve care plan adherence—through coverage determinations, prescription benefits, and referrals.

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