Exchange information to help with the business of running a healthcare delivery organization.

Other Systems

These interfaces are used to keep the data stored in the EMR in sync with other operational software used in the healthcare delivery organization or to provide additional functionality for system users.

In outgoing interfaces, the referral information is being sent to an external system.

Incoming Deficiency Tracking read the specRead the technical specs

An HIM deficiency represents incomplete work by a provider. This interface will make an organization's deficiency tracking more robust by integrating information captured by external systems. Deficiencies can be created directly in the EMR for tracking, or they can be configured to run through native functionality to determine aging and delinquency statuses.
Current integrations include...
  • Hyland Software
  • McKesson
  • Nuance Communications

Incoming Location and Department Information read the specRead the technical specs

This HL7v2 interface is used to automate synchronization of the logical facility structure within the EMR with an external system for facility management. Specifically, this interface updates records and contact information for hospital and clinic locations and departments. To this point, this integration has been completed only with custom in-house systems previously developed by our organizations.

Real-Time Location System (RTLS) Interface read the specRead the technical specs

This bi-directional HL7 v3 interface is leveraged to integrate Epic with Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS) for tracking location of patients, staff, and medical devices within your facility. We leverage this data to automate and enhance many workflows, such as automatically documenting operating room wheels in and out times, and facilitating medical device association.
Current integrations include...
  • CenTrak
  • Hill-Rom
  • Infinite Leap
  • Intelligent InSites
  • Midmark
  • Stanley Healthcare
  • Versus
  • ZulaFly

Incoming Asynchronous Error Management read the specRead the technical specs

Receives asynchronous application acknowledgements in response to any outgoing HL7v2 message sent from Bridges.

Incoming Computer-Telephony Integration explore the specExplore the technical specs

Epic integrates with your organization’s phone system to automatically open the appropriate chart or another activity in Epic when calls are received.
Current integrations include...
  • Atos
  • Avaya
  • Cisco
  • Mitel

Outgoing Computer-Telephony Integration read the specRead the technical specs

Epic integrates with your organization’s phone system so users can place or end a call directly from a patient chart or another activity in Epic, and details about the call are logged. Your phone system can also update Epic with the call identifier after the call.