At Modernizing Medicine, we believe that expanding provider access to health data is a key component in helping improve health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. Read below for more information about our interoperability efforts.
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CommonWell Health Alliance
CommonWell Health Alliance is a not-for-profit trade association of health IT companies working together to create universal access to health data nationwide.
CommonWell members represent 72% of the acute care EHR market[i] and 34% of the ambulatory care EHR market,[ii] as well as market leaders and technology innovators supporting care settings such as post-acute care, imaging, perinatal, laboratory, retail pharmacy, oncology, population health, emergency services and more.
CommonWell and its members are committed to the belief that provider access to health data must be built into information technologies at a reasonable cost for use by a broad range of health care providers and the populations and people they serve.
For more information about Modernizing Medicine’s interoperability efforts with CommonWell, click here for Frequently Asked Questions.
[ii]SK&A, a Cegedim Company—“EHR Vendor Market Share by Physician Size,” January 2015.
American Academy of Ophthalmology
The mission of the American Academy of Ophthalmology is to protect sight and empower lives by serving as an advocate for patients and the public, leading ophthalmic education, and advancing the profession of ophthalmology.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is the world’s largest association of eye physicians and surgeons. We are a global community of 32,000 medical doctors that innovates to advance our profession and to ensure the delivery of the highest-quality eye care.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology IRIS® Registry (Intelligent Research in Sight) is a major initiative to lead significant innovations and improvements to medical and surgical eye care in the United States – from large-scale breakthroughs to incremental improvements by individual care providers.
It is the world’s largest eye disease and condition registry with more than 13,000 participating physicians and millions of patient records.
Ophthalmologists in the United States who are members of the Academy, and their staff, may participate in the IRIS Registry to improve their patient care, enable clinical discovery and simplify federal quality reporting.
The IRIS Registry has been successfully mapped to EMA™, the EHR system in modmed Ophthalmology.