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Patient Engagement

“Getting patients more engaged in their health care is a proven method to improve outcomes and care coordination, and for that reason it is one of the six National Quality Strategy priorities, and a primary goal for CMS.”

  - CMS website

Patient Electronic Access

The Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs encourage patient involvement in their health care. Online access to health information allows patients to make informed decisions about care and to share their most recent clinical information with other healthcare providers and personal caregivers.

Our Patient Portal, ConnectEHR, and Dynamic FHIR API modules are easy to implement  and enable you and your customers to meet the incentive program objectives with the certified criteria below:
  • 170.315 (b)(1): Transitions of Care (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (b)(8): Security Tags - Summary of Care - Receive (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (b)(10): Electronic Health Information Export (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (d)(1): Authentication, Access Control, Authorization
  • 170.315 (d)(2): Auditable Events and Tamper-Resistance (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (d)(3): Audit Report(s) (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (d)(4): Amendments
  • 170.315 (d)(5): Automatic Access Time-out
  • 170.315 (d)(6): Emergency Access
  • 170.315 (d)(7): End-User Device Encryption
  • 170.315 (d)(8): Integrity
  • 170.315 (d)(9): Trusted Connection
  • 170.315 (d)(12): Encrypt Authentication Credentials (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (d)(13): Multi-Factor Authentication (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (e)(1): View, Download, and Transmit to 3rd Party (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (e)(3): Patient Health Information Capture
  • 170.315 (f)(1): Transmission to Immunization Registries
  • 170.315 (f)(2): Transmission to Public Health Agencies - Syndromic Surveillance
  • 170.315 (f)(3): Transmission to Public Health Agencies - Reportable Laboratory Tests and Values/Results
  • 170.315 (f)(5): Transmission to Public Health Agencies - Electronic Case Reporting (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (g)(2): Automated Measure Calculation
  • 170.315 (g)(4): Quality Management System
  • 170.315 (g)(5): Accessibility-Centered Design
  • 170.315 (g)(6): Consolidated CDA Creation Performance (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (g)(7): Application Access - Patient Selection
  • 170.315 (g)(9): Application Access - All Data Request (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (g)(10): Standardized API for Patient and Population Services (Cures Update)
  • 170.315 (h)(1): Direct Project
FHIR, API, HL7, standards, interoperability

The API makes health information broadly available using FHIR®, a set of clinical interoperability resources under the umbrella of the HL7® standards organization. FHIR is based on common web standards, including XML and JSON, and can be reached through a RESTful protocol in which each FHIR resource has a known URL. The standard continues to grow and become more widely-used for patient data.


Patient Portal, ConnectEHR, customizable, Meaningful Use, clinical documents, CCDA

Dynamic Health IT's customizable Patient Portal integrates with our ConnectEHR® software, which is certified for ONC 2015 Edition Cures Update. The Portal enables patients to easily view, download and transmit clinical documents, view lab and radiology results and securely message their clinician.

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