Public Health

Integrate with state, federal, and professional registries to track public health.


Surveillance interfaces are used to communicate clinical data to state and federal agencies.

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

Outgoing Syndromic Data read the specRead the technical specs

This HL7v2 interface allows organizations using Epic to meet the Meaningful Use objective to send syndromic surveillance data to public health agencies. This interface uses TCP/IP to exchange messages.
Current integrations include...
  • Arizona Department of Health Services
  • Arkansas Office of Health Information Technology
  • Becton Dickinson
  • Biosense Webster
  • Center for Disease Control
  • Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients
  • GE
  • GetWellNetwork
  • Health Monitoring Systems
  • HealthBridge
  • HealthInfoNet
  • HMS
  • Idaho Health Data Exchange
  • Illinois Office of Health Information Technology
  • Iodine Software
  • Kansas Health Information Network
  • Kentucky Health Information Exchange
  • Medicity
  • Michigan Health Connect
  • Mississippi State Department of Health
  • Nebraska Health Information Initiative
  • New Mexico Health Information Collaborative
  • Numera
  • Ohio Health Information Partnership
  • Oregon Health Authority
  • Real-Time Outbreak Disease Surveillance Lab (RODS at University of Pittsburgh)
  • South Dakota Department of Health
  • State of New Jersey Department of Health
  • Truven
  • Truven Health
  • Utah Health Information Network

Outgoing Initial Public Health Case Report

This interface satisfies the Meaningful Use objective to send Electronic Case Reports to public health agencies using the HL7 Clinical Document - Electronic Initial Case Report (CDA-eICR) format. The interface can be configured with a set of conditions for which treatment data should be sent to your public health agency.
Current integrations include...
  • Center for Disease Control
  • Merge
  • Oregon Health Authority
  • Surescripts