Clinical Information

Sending and receiving clinical data.

HL7v3

HL7v3 clinical information interfaces are typically used between two clinical systems looking to exchange patient-specific information. Unlike HL7v2 interfaces, HL7v3 interfaces are XML-based and messages are exchanged via Web services.

Outgoing interfaces refer to interfaces in which the EMR sends the message. Incoming interfaces refer to interfaces in which the EMR receives the message.

Outgoing Clinical Trials Forms Submission

Continuity of Care form Data Capture Interface for Research Enrollment.

Outgoing Family Medical History read the specRead the technical specs

Supports comprehensive risk assessment following the HL7 Version 3 Implementation Guide for Family History/Pedigree Interoperability, Release 1 - US Realm April 2013. This interface uses the XML message format.

Incoming Family Medical History read the specRead the technical specs

Receives responses to the Outgoing Family Medical History interface, a comprehensive risk assessment following the HL7 Version 3 Implementation Guide for Family History/Pedigree Interoperability, Release 1 - US Realm April 2013. Enhancements in a future version will allow this interface to operate as an independent standalone interface with additional workflows. This interface uses the XML message format.

Incoming QRDA Documents Interface

Imports QRDA document information used to report on quality measures for regulatory programs. This interface supports ONC 2015 Edition Certification (for Meaningful Use).

QRDA

Users can create QRDA Idocuments from data in their Epic EMR. Each QRDA I document is specific to one patient and contains data pertinent to quality measure reporting. Each QRDA III document includes aggregated quality measurement data for a provider or group of providers, including the quality measures they are reporting on and their performance rate. QRDA III documents are typically used by providers for quality measure submission. Many regulatory programs, including Meaningful Use, Core Measures, Inpatient Quality Reporting, ORYX Performance Measurement Reporting, and PQRS, accept QRDA documents to satisfy their quality reporting requirements.