Facilitate the flow of patient data across provider, vendor, geographical, and technological boundaries with 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.
Unify patient data. Our portfolio of interoperability capabilities uses industry standards, network connections, and nationwide exchanges to support your data sharing needs.
CommonWell Health Alliance is a not-for-profit trade association that connects care settings, products, and vendors across the United States.
Wherever patients go for care—no matter the hospital or clinic or region or community in the US—their healthcare information should be available to clinicians. That’s why Oracle Health is committed to the CommonWell Health Alliance.
Connect with CommonWell to help your organization advance health information exchange by exchanging structured charts and data across vendors and settings.
The following services are available to participating providers:
The CommonWell network connects providers across the care continuum. The alliance facilitates record exchange for
Source: CommonWell Alliance
Oracle Health HIE is a standards-based, scalable, vendor-agnostic point-of-care solution built on the reliable and proven Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise technology infrastructure.
No matter where a patient receives care, Oracle Health 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.
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.
Exchange data between a wide range of health providers.
Clinicians gain access to a more comprehensive record of a patient’s care history, regardless of where care was received. Oracle Health Seamless Exchange aggregates data from multiple sources, compares outside data with data in the provider’s local system, and nearly eliminates duplicate information.
Clinicians no longer need to search multiple sources. They can access data cleansed through Seamless Exchange within their workflow and integrate relevant data from a side-by-side view of outside medical information.
Deliver a holistic view of a patient’s medical history using data from nationwide interoperability networks. Equip clinicians with an up-to-date picture of a patient’s health history from data captured in near real time.
The ability to identify other venues of care as trusted sources allows you to designate discrete clinical concepts to autowrite into the local record, decreasing the time spent reconciling data.
Make care decisions using unique, high-quality information derived from the Seamless Exchange deduplication engine, which is designed to remove redundant data through a deduplication and filtering process.
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.
Enhance your organization's referral process with Oracle Health Provider Portal, designed to help you expand the network of referring community providers. Increase new service line offerings for labs, radiology, ancillary referrals, and surgical services.
Enhance connectivity outside the enterprise. Community-referring organizations have electronic access to
Close the loop on diagnostic orders and referrals with electronic access to patient information from community healthcare providers.
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.
Scanning and faxing paper orders and results between organizations is cumbersome and time consuming. Oracle Health Orders and Results 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.
Create electronic orders and exchange laboratory, blood bank, pathology, radiology, and neurology data, and more.
Manually matching patients can lead to errors. Our solution uses a distributed master patient index to link patient identifiers from a practice to a hospital.
Present user-specific views of information relevant to your clinicians’ roles. Our solution integrates with native workflows and doesn’t require application or hardware installations.
Electronically exchange orders with providers on more than 140 systems. Oracle Health Orders and Results acts as a centralized message delivery service, connecting to HL7-compliant EHRs, designed to enable an end-to-end audit trail of transaction processing.
Oracle Health Reference Lab Network (RLN) is designed to provide a standardized connection between acute care facilities, ambulatory offices, and commercial reference laboratories by bypassing traditional point-to-point interfaces.
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.
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.
Oracle Health Reference Lab Network lowers the up-front costs of establishing interfaces by reducing the need for point-to-point connections, enabling hospitals to connect to more reference laboratories.
Interoperability and a shift to digital record keeping has opened the door for electronic prescribing, easing the burden on clinicians, supporting the prior authorization process, and reducing errors in administering prescriptions. Our solutions are designed to improve medication management and safety.
Oracle Health Electronic Prescription Interoperability enables pharmacies to receive electronically prescribed prescriptions via HTTPS transmission, routing the script data directly to the pharmacy management system. Pharmacies can also send refill requests.
Limit overprescribing by viewing integrated state prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) data within the workflow. Clinicians can view prescription history, past prescribers, and dispensing pharmacies for a comprehensive picture.
Offer clinicians prescription cost information with near real-time prescription benefits so they can have an informed conversation with their patients about their treatment plan. View the cost-saving options patients desire.
Oracle Health Care Notifications facilitate primary care physicians knowing when their patients are admitted, discharged, or transferred to or from an acute or specialty care facility. Notifications are electronically transferred, and historical and status data is accessible with the notification. Care Notifications enables physicians to manage their current patients and add suggested new ones.
Oracle Insurance Data Exchange is designed to enable health carriers, producers, and service providers to exchange data rapidly and securely in near real time, which can enhance speed of service, quote-to-issue time, and closure rates for new business. This data exchange provides a single online service for data distribution, consolidation, and sharing among all stakeholders–unlike the typical insurance workflow with multiple distribution connections that need created and supported.
See how our interoperability solutions can help your organization enhance and automate data sharing workflows.
Help clinicians to confidently make informed decisions by incorporating cleansed data from outside sources into the local record.
For a cohesive patient experience, collaborate with providers outside your network using enhanced communication and data sharing capabilities.
Designed to reduce the administrative burden with simplified user interfaces and automated workflows.
Help clinicians educate patients on costs—and improve care plan adherence—through coverage determinations, prescription benefits, and referrals.
Learn how you can improve referral management.
Automate the submission of key data to public health agencies with our portfolio of public health solutions.
Our open platforms make it possible to introduce third-party apps into clinical workflows and transfer discrete data.
Today, providers have the opportunity to access more and more patient data from outside their system. While this can help them provide better care, too much irrelevant or repetitive data can result in overload, meaning useful information can be missed.Read the full article