Connecting
the Healthcare
Ecosystem

As part of our contribution to advance healthcare interoperability and support our clients as they treat their patients throughout the healthcare continuum, modmed® synapSYS represents our connection to the larger healthcare ecosystem. Whether by creating interfaces between Modernizing Medicine® technologies and third-party vendors using application programming interfaces (APIs) and other technologies or helping our clients find solutions outside our systems to their most pressing operational and patient care needs, Modernizing Medicine is committed to being an active citizen of the healthcare community.

This webpage does not relate to API’s certified under the ONC Health IT Certification Program. For more information regarding Modernizing Medicine’s certified API technology and related synAPPS, please see here.

Connecting the Healthcare Ecosystem

As part of our contribution to advance healthcare interoperability and support our clients as they treat their patients throughout the healthcare continuum, modmed® synapSYS represents our connection to the larger healthcare ecosystem. Whether by creating interfaces between Modernizing Medicine® technologies and third-party vendors using application programming interfaces (APIs) and other technologies or helping our clients find solutions outside our systems to their most pressing operational and patient care needs, Modernizing Medicine is committed to being an active citizen of the healthcare community.

This webpage does not relate to API’s certified under the ONC Health IT Certification Program. For more information regarding Modernizing Medicine’s certified API technology and related synAPPS, please see here.

SOLUTIONS

LABS

SYNAPPS

Each year, interoperability has the ability to lower healthcare costs in the U.S. by a projected

Health Information Exchanges (HIEs)

Modernizing Medicine interfaces with and otherwise facilitates the transfer of information to multiple HIEs. We support the sharing of structured clinical data and have several functions in place by which we can do it, depending on your specific HIE’s needs.

How to Connect

  • If you’re an HIE, please let your customer know to reach out to their account manager to initiate a connectivity project.
  • For existing Modernizing Medicine customers, please reach out to your account manager to let them know you’re interested in connecting to an HIE.

Registries

EMA® can send data to:

  • Healthmonix’s MIPSPRO™
  • Our own Specialized Registries
  • The Modernizing Medicine, Inc. Qualified Registry (for MIPS Quality, PI and IA)
  • State registries, including cancer, immunization and syndromic surveillance registries
  • The American Academy of Ophthalmology IRIS® Registry

Hospitals

We also work alongside hospital electronic health record vendors to establish interfaces and other connections that make it easy to exchange demographics, financial transactions, scheduling information, finalized visit notes and other documents, as well as structured clinical data with hospitals. If you’re interested in connecting to a hospital, click on the button below.

What Is Health IT Interoperability?

Interoperability refers to the ability of healthcare IT systems and medical devices to communicate and share data. This may involve technology within your practice (e.g., your EHR software, practice management and imaging systems), as well as technology used by others (e.g., a hospital EHR or a HIE) and may include direct connections or interfaces with other systems, as well as helping you to understand what options are available to meet your practice’s needs that may not require such a connection or interface.

We’re working hard to help our clients achieve semantic interoperability—the ability of different systems to exchange information with unambiguous, shared meaning—all while transmitting information between systems.

Strong Technological Foundations

We’ve built our EMA® and gGastro® products and services based on technical specifications that can facilitate health IT interoperability.

Our specialty-specific products are:

  • Based primarily on structured data
  • Capable of sharing structured data with third parties through commonly used interface technologies, including an application programming interface (API) or HL7 format, or via data exports using common data elements, such as those included within CCDS and USCDI

As our company continues to grow, we’re investing in our health IT interoperability capabilities to meet evolving client needs. Our commitment to expanding interoperability with our electronic medical records systems is an important part of our plans for the future.

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