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MEDHOST and CommonWell Health Alliance Integration

Driving Healthcare Data Exchange with Better Visibility and Care Coordination

Committed to ensuring better visibility of health data and enhancing care coordination, MEDHOST is expanding its interoperability with other providers in the health care industry. To serve that purpose, MEDHOST integrates with CommonWell Health Alliance*, which drives health data exchange, to help improve care coordination and health outcomes nationwide.

The CommonWell Integration initiative provides an automated solution for facilitating the exchange and access of patient records (supported CCDA documents) between MEDHOST hospitals and other care facilities connected to the CommonWell network and patient records access across a more extensive nationwide network.

CommonWell Health Alliance Integration provides the following values and benefits to hospitals:

  • Automated solution to exchange and access patient records with a nationwide network
  • Integration into user workflows
  • Automated process to fetch the latest document and make it available for clinical review
  • Automated process to respond to requests for CCDA documents from other facilities
  • Helps meet the optional 2022 IPPS measure for bi-directional communication with Health Information Exchanges (HIE)
  • Enables incorporation of problems, medications, and allergies from conformant CCDA documents retrieved via CommonWell network into MEDHOST

To learn more about the MEDHOST and CommonWell Health Alliance Integration, please reach out to your Customer Success Executive or email inquiries@medhost.com.

*CommonWell Health Alliance is a not-for-profit trade association devoted to the simple vision that health data should be available to individuals and caregivers regardless of where care occurs. Additionally, access to this data must be built into health IT at a reasonable cost for use by a broad range of health care providers and the people they serve.

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