– Medicity, a recognized expert in building large clinically connected communities, announced it will be launching Community Interchange at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2017 Annual Conference and Exhibition, creating a single, de-duplicated and normalized continuity of care document (CCD) for hospitals and health systems. Medicity’s Community Interchange is a set of interrelated technologies that bridges the gaps between differing protocols and the many variations in electronic health record (EHR) capabilities, so providers can find the right data at the right time, quickly and easily.
“It’s common for patients today to have multiple touchpoints in the clinical community – from the hospital and primary care to long-term care and labs, and more – which makes providing quality care a challenge with patient history and data in various systems,” said Patrice Wolfe, chief executive officer at Medicity. “Community Interchange removes those barriers. It aggregates and normalizes all this data in one comprehensive record, reducing potential health risks.”
To learn more about Community Interchange, visit Medicity at booth #5961 at HIMSS17 from February 19-23 in Orlando.
With nearly 20 years of experience in aggregating, readying and distributing data for population health, Medicity has created a collaborative network that processes more than 6 billion clinical transactions each year. Medicity’s innovative solutions provide a powerful data foundation that enables one’s unique population health goals. Medicity’s intelligent integration of clinical information across the care community leads to enhanced clinical and business workflows, improved decision-making, more engaged providers and patients and better managed populations. Medicity is an independent subsidiary of Aetna (NYSE: AET). For more information, visit www.medicity.com.