The Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization (FEHRM) program office announces the Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) significantly expanded their joint health information exchange (HIE) network with the private sector on Oct. 9 after connecting with the CommonWell Health Alliance.
CommonWell brings a nationwide network of more than 15,000 hospitals and clinics to the 46,000 community partners already part of the joint HIE.
Launched earlier this year, the joint HIE is a modernized health data sharing capability that enhances the ability of DOD, VA and USCG to quickly and securely share electronic health record (EHR) data bidirectionally with participating community health care providers. The result provides more informed care for patients who are navigating between different health care providers.
“The CommonWell connection means DOD, VA and USCG providers can access more information about their patients to make the
Dublin, Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Electronic Health Information Exchange Market” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report evaluates the current industry trends in HIE products and services. It also identifies the key vendors and their strategies. The report also answers the basic questions: What is an Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR)?, What is an EHR database?, and Why is there a need for an HIE?
Simply stated, an Electronic Health Record (EHR) is a digital version of a patient’s paper chart. While many leading companies are increasingly moving towards digital retention of records via EHR databases, information is typically available only within a closed system. In other words, medical facilities that are not part of the same group often cannot exchange data between their EHR systems.
To address this issue, HIE services have developed using current ICT technologies to greatly improve the completeness of patient’s records
Healthcare Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Market
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If you are a medical practitioner, then you should be familiar with the term “Electronic medical billing”. It is said to be the most productive concept that has evolved out from the software experts in the recent years. The doctors and physicians who run their own clinic and chambers are finding it extremely useful to get a suitable medical billing software item installed at their office computer. Since its evolution, the item has become one of the most crucial components to get included in the clinic and chambers of the doctors.
Due to this new innovative bailing technology, the medical prescriptions are also getting printed following the digital printing method. This has created an altogether new standard in the world of medical paper works associated with the treatment procedures of patients. There are a lot of packages that are available which can be easily used for certain purposes.
Technology has indeed played a very large role in our society. Even hospitals and health care facilities are not spared with this phenomenon. In order to promote patient welfare and safety, technology also plays a large part in our duties as a nursing professional.
Gone are the days when patients’ documents are only done on paper. Now there are already EHR or Electronic Health Records where all the literature about a patient is stored and filed. In a society that promotes paperless transactions the same goes to the records of the patients.
There are many discouraging news about the usage of EHRs so far. There are duplicated forms or files are simply lost in the system. Since this is a new way for medical care facilities to handle patient records, it is not surprising at all. On a more positive note, they also are bent on making big improvements so … Read More
Electronic health records, also called electronic patient records or computerized patient records, are collections of patients’ medical history over a period of time within an institution. These histories have been recorded digitally and include complete information pertinent to a patient’s health: demographics, past medical records, vital signs, medications, immunizations, progress reports, health problems, laboratory and radiology data.
An EHR, as electronic health records are more commonly known, can be shared by various health care facilities through a connection of networks and EHR software. This means that a patient’s records in a New York City hospital can immediately be forwarded to a clinic in Los Angeles without anyone having to go to the trouble of mailing paper print-outs. The use of electronic health records is intended to make work in the health care industry easier by making information more accessible and streamlined. Electronic health records also document other care-related activities like … Read More