The Carefluence platform is a 2015 Edition Certified Product with Cures Update
Carefluence® holds Certificate No. 15.04.04.2657.Care.01.0.0.160701, certified July 01, 2016, for modules 170.315(d)(1, 9, 10) and 170.315(g)(4-9). The new version R4 helps Carefluence’s partners and customers to integrate the API in their workflows to meet the requirements of the Standardized API for Patient and Population Services criterion § 170.315(g)(10) in the 2015 Edition Cures Update. Carefluence® holds Certificate No. 15.04.04.2657.Care.R4.01.0.220629, certified Jun 29, 2022 for its Cures Updated certification.
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. R4 version meets the requirements of the Standardized API for Patient and Population Services criterion § 170.315(g)(10) in the 2015 Edition Cures Update.
“This Health IT Module is 2015 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.”
Costs and Limitations
Carefluence OpenAPI requires:
- a one-time license fee plus a flat annual maintenance fees,
- a monthly subscription fee for a defined number of users and transactions under a Software as a service (SaaS) model,
- a transaction-based service fee model (per transaction/service, defined as an API call and/or query) as listed in the contract for API interface, defined as set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications and defining how components of the software and APIs interact with the programming graphical user interface components
There are no known limitations beyond the requirements defined in the API client registration.
Get the most complete interoperability solution!
Interoperability isn’t just about compliance with federal standards. Being able to connect to other electronic health records systems, sync schedules for patient visits across various care sites, monitor patient vital signs remotely, drive decision support, and keep patients and their loved ones in the loop are all made possible by Carefluence’s software. No other vendor provides a solution that is nearly as comprehensive, flexible, secure and user-friendly.