The Medicity® Network℠ is designed for our changing healthcare environment. Our technology goes beyond the traditional HIE, providing tools to help you proactively manage entire patient populations, turn data into intelligence, and transition to new payment models, including accountable care organizations.
In 2013, the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT) outlined their core processes and functions needed to meet the goals of Accountable Care Organizations. The Medicity Network is a key piece of the accountable care puzzle, providing technology for several of CCHIT’s standards including:
The Medicity Network provides an integrated user experience for community health records, referrals and direct messaging between care team members. Mobile portals make it easy to engage patients in their care, while advanced analytics help providers manage their entire population.
In 2013, Medicity achieved candidate status accreditation with the Direct Trusted Agent Accreditation Program (DTAAP) for Health ISP (HISP), Certificate Authority (CA), and Registration Authority (RA) from DirectTrust.org (DTO) and the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC).
The Medicity Network goes beyond traditional HIE to help data become actionable with a unified reporting platform, distribution and usage insights, Meaningful Use reporting and ad-hoc clinical data.
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