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Medicity Exchange

Kick your clinical data exchange into high gear

Exchange integrated, standardized data

Time spent searching for paper charts, waiting for callbacks or deciphering illegible faxes can delay the delivery of patient care. Providers report missing clinical information for 13.6 percent of their patient encounters1. Medicity® Exchange delivers the exact clinical information providers want, when they need it.

Receive clinical data easily and quickly

Medicity Exchange enables providers to access clinical documents quickly and easily, including continuity of care documents (CCDs), discharge summaries, pathology, radiology and lab results or reports. The solution standardizes and transmits patient data directly into EHR systems, via printer or email.

Streamline your organization’s ordering system

With a simple technology enhancement, Medicity Exchange also lets providers efficiently place orders for hospital services. Services include laboratory, radiology and rehabilitation. Medicity Exchange streamlines the receipt of orders, processes solicited orders and results, supports a wide range of workflows and enables providers to manage both lab and scheduled orders.

With Medicity Exchange, your organization can:

  • Improve Quality of Care: Deliver real-time patient data electronically. This allows for immediate provider access, which supports informed care decisions and prompt treatment

  • Reduce the IT burden: Compatible with existing workflows and technologies for EHR and non-EHR environments

  • Provide solicited results: Allow for enrichment of unique patient demographics and order identifiers to close the loop between orders and results

  • Streamline resources: Reduces paperwork and lowers administrative costs

  • Maximize administrative efficiency: Minimize the complexity around receipt of orders, eliminating data entry and rework while enhancing revenue-generating physician affinity programs

1. Schilling LM, Crane LA, Kempe A, Main DS, Sills MR, Davidson AJ. Perceived frequency and impact of missing information at pediatric emergency and general ambulatory encounters. Appl Clin Inf 2010; 1: 318–330 http://dx.doi.org/10.4338/ACI-2010-04-RA-0022


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