Greenway Health’s clinical connectivity solution is an information-sharing (interoperability) platform that securely and seamlessly connects data from disparate health IT systems to improve visibility into patients’ progress, treatment and medical history across the continuum of care. The result? Improved productivity and patient outcomes with fewer delays, frustrations and wasted costs.
Greenway Health currently connects our customers to more than 1,000 healthcare entities, including those using Epic, Cerner, Meditech or other systems. We can also connect internal systems, such as practice management systems and EHRs in different practice locations.
Greenway Health’s information exchange solution can transmit patient demographics, insurance, charges, labs, prescriptions, continuity of care documents (CCDs) and more.
Greenway Health’s clinical connectivity solution uses Health-Level 7 (HL7) technology to build connections between IT systems such as other practices, hospitals, health information exchanges (HIE), labs and immunization registries.
Yes. Clinical connectivity, also called interoperability, is a key strategy for maintaining practice independence. It provides the benefits of sending and receiving information from other providers in the community to connect care without sacrificing autonomy.
Yes, data sharing is a requirement for meaningful use Stage 2, accountable care organizations and patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs). Greenway Health representatives can help you understand whether our connectivity solutions can help you meet your organization's specific information exchange needs.