OpenAPI for Meaningful Use Certification – 2015 Edition
Carefluence offers a certified OpenAPI platform for EHRs/EMRs for the purpose of Meaningful Use Certification – 2015 Edition for modules 170.315(d)(1, 9, 10) and 170.315(g)(4-9)
Carefluence OpenAPI utilizes the requirements set forth in 170.315(d)(1) Access Control and Authorization, 170.315(d)(9) Trusted Connection, 170.315(d)(10) Auditing Actions on Health Information, 170.315(g)(4) Quality Management System, 170.315(g)(5), Accessibility Compatibility, 170.315(g)(6) Consolidated CDA Creation, 170.315(g)(7), Application Access – Patient Selection, 170.315(g)(8) Application Access – Data Category Request, and 170.315(g)(9) Application Access – All Data Request.
Application Connectivity & Data Exchange
In today’s world of connected care – EHRs need a comprehensive interoperability strategy to connect with Health IT Apps, Patient Portals, Care Coordination Tools, Telemedicine Platforms, Data Analytics/AI and CDS Hooks systems.
Translation of data from one application to an EHR requires a keen knowledge of standards and several hours of normalization for each implementation. Carefluence® provides an infrastructure for ISVs to build applications around the Carefluence® platform. Carefluence® facilitates interoperability utilizing FHIR® standards and connectivity for seamless data integration with EHRs.
The Carefluence platform can also connect to any SMART on FHIR® application enhancing the value of the Carefluence Platform.
Quality Initiative Reporting
Carefluence’s data translation capabilities facilitate the submission of QRDA I/III file formats for quality program initiatives and their reporting. The power Carefleunce’s FHIR® implementation can assist EHRs and their partners or collaborators in normalizing or translating data for multiple quality initiatives.