EHR Integration - Automated Results Delivery
Having access to patient results at the point of care – without having to log in to a separate computer system – can save crucial time and allow for faster and more accurate clinical decision making. CORHIO offers a more advanced form of health information exchange involving a secure, electronic connection between your electronic health record (EHR) system and the CORHIO network. An EHR connection enables your patients' hospitalization and test results to seamlessly route into the EHR you use every day, so workflow changes and training requirements are minimal.
CORHIO has successfully interfaced with many of the EHR vendors regularly used by physician practices and health clinics. View a list of ambulatory EHR vendors/products that CORHIO has successfully connected with.
Customize the Information You Receive
CORHIO’s EHR integration is customizable, so you have choices about how the results are viewed in your system. You can choose which hospitals and labs to receive results from, and in some cases, how the results appear in your system. The integration process includes many opportunities for you to review and test the results delivery to ensure it meets your organization’s needs.
Results Available Through the CORHIO Network
- Laboratory and pathology results
- Imaging and radiology reports
- ADT information
- Transcription notes
- Medication/allergy problem information
For details on data available in the CORHIO network by sender, click here.
What Our Participants Are Saying
“The CORHIO interface is awesome! We receive hospital records every day from various hospitals directly into our patient charts and they’re reviewed by my providers that same day. This saves myself and my staff hours of time. Before CORHIO, we would have to either fax over requests for medical records, wait to receive them via fax, or log on to the hospital medical record system and print them out. Then in both instances, the records had to be scanned into the patient chart. All of this has been eliminated.”
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