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Revolutionizing data exchange with automation, scalability and data aggregation.”



Unique Needs

Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) and Hospitals deal with multiple sources of patient data. Whether clinical or patient-centric—in order to be of value to the patient—the need for secure, accurate and dependable patient portal solutions are essential.

AMR offers HIEs and Hospitals choices on the levels of integration based on their program's needs—'Low-Touch Auto-Create' using Direct Messaging or 'AMR Web Services API'. Each affords scalable, secure solutions for long-term success and continued engagement of the patient.

 

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AMR Patient Portal's technical architecture is rooted in flexibility, scalability and security for HIE and Hospital, alike.

 



Low-Touch 'Auto-Create'

AMR provides its partners the ability to auto-create a patient portal “presence” within its ONC Certified patient portal upon first receiving a CCD or CDA via Direct Messaging. AMR’s Secure Direct Messaging is enabled within the healthcare community’s trusted HISP-based network through its HISP-to-HISP partnership with Surescripts™. Auto-Create is a unidirectional Direct data feed from the HIE to AMR.

A snapshot of the Auto-Create’s data handling capabilities include: accommodates both structured and unstructured data; aggregates the data it received; returns a unique and comprehensive Patient Portal Presence where one may not have existed before—additionally returning a visible and interactive patient-facing patient portal experience.





Why Auto-Create?

Prior to AMR's Auto-Create function for HIEs, exchanges could only be tightly integrated with an EHR/EMR software in order to be effective. That data restriction perpetuated legacy and data-silo barriers; effectively binding patient data to some proprietary software provider—forcing those records to stay within network boundaries.


AMR Patient Portal's data- and image-handling capabilities include: HL7, XML, CCD, CDA, Hybrid, JPEG, TIF, PNG, GIF and PDF. (Image)

 

“Real time access of patient data while it flows through the exchange.”


'AMR Web Services API'

A series of bi-directional data mapping occurs at the outer-data levels, between the HIE and AMR in support of Clinical Summary formation.

This level of integration—'lighter' than a deep-system integration—results in the HIE's ability to 'push' patient data directly to AMR. In turn, AMR provides the patient-facing AMR Patient Portal Presence for view and use by the patient—automatically.

The AMR Web Services API's data handling capabilities include: accommodates both structured and unstructured data; aggregates the data it received; returns a unique and comprehensive Patient Portal Presence where one may not have existed before—additionally returning a visible and interactive patient-facing patient portal experience.