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For nearly ten years, the health care industry has largely exchanged paper medical record silos for digital ones we call electronic health records (EHRs). Interoperability follows a similar storyline. Although initial attempts at interoperability were designed to offer baseline standards for exchanging health care data, in reality we have mostly traded floods of faxes for floods of Health Level 7 (HL7) transactions and Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs).

Leveraging 20 years of experience and clinical data aggregation expertise, Medicity is advancing the next generation of interoperability.

Medicity is proud to offer health IT solutions that are certified under the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.

Based upon representation from management as to the accuracy and completeness of information provided, the procedures performed by an approved H ITRUST CS F Assessor to validate such information, and HITRUST's independent confirmation that the work was performed in accordance with the HITRUST CSF Assurance Program, the following organization's applications meet the HITRUST CSF v8.1 Certification Criteria: Medicity - Medicity Connect, Medicity Notify, Medicity Exchange, Medicity Organize, and Medicity Explore

In terms of large-scale crisis planning and preparedness in health care, Katrina drove home the urgency of the need to adopt the policies and technological architecture necessary for more efficient and widespread data sharing to improve disaster response.

In a fee-for-service world, large-scale aggregation of patient data was often not a priority. But in a pay-for-performance world, it’s imperative for success. 

Strengthen care collaboration across the continuumNow more than ever before, providers need a quick and secure method for sharing data with payers. The demand for real-time clinical insight to support care management and quality improvement efforts continues to grow, making it imperative that providers have an efficient and effective way to transform lab values, medication histories and other clinical information into discrete data elements that can be used to power population health efforts. 

Medicity appreciates the challenges clients face as they prepare for the transition to value-based care. We recognize that one of those challenges lies in the ability to maximize technology investments. But in today’s evolving health care environment, that can be difficult for even the most successful organizations. It can also be time- and resource-intensive, not to mention financially draining. Why not take advantage of someone who’s already been there, done that?

Our solutions are designed to help you proactively manage entire patient populations, turn data into intelligence and transition to new payment models, including accountable care.

Health information exchanges (HIEs) have consistently played an important role in health care by connecting providers, enabling data sharing and communication, reducing duplication of care, enhancing care coordination and ultimately, improving care quality and reducing costs. In addition, HIEs support both value-based care and population health management—two major health care industry initiatives.

Provider organizations understand the importance of delivering higher levels of quality, safety and cost effectiveness for their patients. To transition to value-based care, today’s health care enterprise needs an analytics platform that securely aggregates, organizes and integrates data from multiple sources spanning multiple topics—turning raw data into powerful, meaningful and actionable information. 

How do you put complete, accurate health care data in the hands of the right providers at just the right time? The answer is to tear down data silos and build clinically connected communities.