InteliChart’s Enterprise Patient Portal will integrate with the Meditech electronic health record (EHR) in St. Bernards acute care facilities and with up to eight different ambulatory EHR systems — including NextGen, Allscripts, Greenway and Aprima.
With the patient portal and HIE, WRMS will be positioned to acquire, aggregate and standardize patient information gathered from the patient portal and the health system’s disparate electronic health records (EHRs).
By leveraging InteliChart’s application programming interface (API), Askesis will be able to seamlessly integrate the patient portal into its software offerings and ensure that clients receive ongoing feature upgrades.
MMIC, a provider of professional liability insurance, risk management and patient safety consulting and technology solutions to the healthcare industry, has added the InteliChart patient portal to its suite of EHR and practice management offerings.
InteliChart Patient Portal version 2.5 has enhanced its ONC-certified EHR module by certifying for five additional modules of the 2014 Edition’s criteria in both the Inpatient and Ambulatory domains. The designation, which comes six months after the company’s initial 2014 certification, indicates ...
Leading healthcare information technology provider InteliChart, Inc. today announced the adoption of the InteliChart Patient Portal by Horizon Eye Care. The Charlotte-based ophthalmology practice, which includes six locations, selected the portal in late 2012 to further foster patient engagement through enhanced functionality, empowering patients with convenient, online access to care management.
During his keynote address at the HIMSS Pop Health Forum, David Feinberg, CEO, Geisinger Health System, declared that the solution to healthcare’s problems is to enact a “Year of the Patient.” He then went on to compare healthcare to other consumer driven industries saying, “If we can get that Amazon connection to people we have the chance to be the next Uber. If we don’t, I think we become Blockbuster.” Geisinger’s apt analysis suggests that for patients to readily engage in their own healthcare decision-making, shopping for practices, communicating with providers, receiving documentation, scheduling appointments and procedures, and requesting medication refills, must be as ubiquitous an experience to consumers as is shopping for personal products on the Internet.