Public health reporting

While interoperability is beneficial to individual health, it also plays a vital role in public health by connecting communities on a local, national, and global level. Our public health solutions enable data to be automatically submitted to public health agencies, helping provide accurate reporting while reducing the documentation burden on clinicians.

Tracking immunizations at St. John’s Health is made easier through interoperability.

Public health reporting solutions

Automate public health reporting to alleviate the documentation burden on your clinicians so they can spend less time on technology and more time on patients.

Manage patient immunizations within the clinical workflow

Oracle Health Immunization Registry Reporting solution helps your clinicians manage patient immunizations within the clinical workflow, submit public health data to immunization registries in near real time, and query registries for vaccine histories and forecasts.

Benefits of our immunization offerings

  • Easily manage patient immunizations within the clinical workflow and submit data to public health agencies in near real time.
  • Query immunization registries for a patient’s vaccine history and import their immunization records into the electronic health record (EHR).
  • Reduce the documentation burden on your clinicians by eliminating the need to document new immunizations in the EHR and public health portal separately.

Automate case reporting

Oracle Health Electronic Case Reporting facilitates the automated, near real-time exchange of case report information between EHRs and public health agencies. Electronic case reporting helps provide a near real-time picture of identified diseases to strengthen outbreak management.

Benefits of electronic case reporting

  • Limit the documentation burden on your healthcare professionals, staff, and facilities without disrupting the clinical workflow.
  • Meet legal reporting requirements and improve the timeliness and completeness of reports.
  • Support interoperable and near real-time reporting to public health agencies, reducing the need for manual, paper-based reporting.

Support communication and resource distribution

Oracle Health Response Readiness cloud service serves large healthcare, government, and disaster and emergency relief organizations. As a configurable product, it supports clear communication and the swift allocation and distribution of critical resources to end points across networks.

Monitor and support public health

Oracle Health Immunization Management cloud service is a flexible, web-based immunization management application that helps bring digital health management to the forefront of care. Utilizing in-app analytics, users can create custom reports to manage community screenings, inventory, and vaccine administration, enabling enhanced patient outcomes - and operational and cost efficiencies during vaccine roll out. Immunization Management cloud service is operated and managed within the HITRUST-certified Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Immunization Management capabilities include

Digital wallet

With the addition of the SMART® health card, individuals now have a digital vaccine certificate readily available for use. Separately, if an organization has a partnership with CommonPass, a digital certificate is provided in a global format that many countries, including the US, are using today.

Bulk upload capabilities for patient and procedure data

Immunization Management was created with a role-based model in mind. This model supports the creation and configuration of multiple user profiles with a specific set of permissions for each type. The ability to configure administrative-based roles and patient type enables you to develop your own unique campaign deployment workflow.

Bulk upload capabilities for patient and procedure data

Our immunization cloud service provides users the ability to bulk upload their patient and procedure data with validation checks to align the data upload with the Oracle Health Immunization Management standards and requirements.

Duplicate patient management

Immunization Management empowers users to manage, merge, and un-merge their duplicate patients in the system. It helps users with suggested duplicates but enables them to make the decision to merge or exclude from merging.

Immunization query is a prime example of a tool that keeps us with the patient longer and spending less time at the computer. The chances of having an incomplete patient record are greater without that query, and having that ability to pull in patients’ comprehensive health history is crucial to reducing duplicate vaccinations, saving patient costs, and providing overall better care.

Susan Freeze RN, Provider Applications Manager, St. John’s Health

Key benefits of our public health offerings

Our public health offerings support the automated, near real-time exchange of critical information between EHRs and public health agencies. By incorporating the functionality into your clinical workflow, data will be reported more efficiently for a near real-time picture to support outbreak management.

  • Enable efficient and intuitive workflows

    Automate reporting to minimize workflow interruptions and support compliance with regulatory reporting requirements.

  • Reduce time spent manually reporting data

    Replace paper-based processes with automated reporting. Regain time lost to faxing or logging in to separate portals.

  • Report in near real time to enable a faster public health response

    Support the near real-time exchange of data so public health agencies have an up-to-date understanding of outbreaks and can respond effectively.

  • Comprehensive vaccination histories

    Provide your clinicians with access to complete vaccination histories to prevent unnecessary duplicate vaccinations.

Related solutions

  • Interoperability products

    Learn more about our portfolio of data exchange solutions.

  • The evolution of eCR

    View this expert-led panel discussion examining the advantages of electronic case reporting (eCR) and how it enabled an informed pandemic response.

  • Open systems

    Our open systems make it possible to introduce third-party apps into clinical workflows and transfer discrete data.

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