4medica Health Information Exchange Technology

4medica launched its history of health connectivity in 1998 with its Lab Outreach and Resulting solution. The clinical integration experts have continued to perfect their scalable architecture to ensure fast, cost-effective deployments of cloud-based clinical data exchange solutions.

As the demand for health information exchange increased, 4medica turned its expertise to the varied health connectivity needs of hospitals, health systems, physician groups and care delivery organizations (ACOs, HIEs, RHIOs). The result was the Integrated Electronic Health Record (iEHR), 4medica's flagship clinical data exchange solution. Thanks to iEHR's modular architecture, healthcare organizations can implement the complete health information exchange platform, or select individual applications for lab, radiology, pathology, ePrescribing and inpatient settings.

With over a decade of experience in clinical data integration, 4medica continues to demonstrate the highest levels of performance, scalability and customer support.


Cloud SaaS Solution
A cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution, iEHR offers organizations the ability to deploy its health information exchange platform without installing special hardware or software at customer locations. iEHR builds upon and integrates with existing electronic health record (EHR) systems, practice management software and other clinical and administrative applications. By using a data transformation layer to normalize information into a common format and vocabulary (ICD, CPT, LOINC, SNOMED, etc.), iEHR enables health organizations to seamlessly perform health information exchange and comply with meaningful use requirements.

HIE Connectivity Standards

Committed to clinical data interoperability, 4medica designed the iEHR platform to support patient referrals and the continuity of care document (CCD), the standard format for today's health information exchange among providers and HIEs. Additionally, iEHR's clinical integration system complies with the patient empowerment component of meaningful use by receiving and storing personal health record information, which can then be transmitted to personal health services.

4medica's clinical data exchange solution also includes connectivity to the NHIN gateway, ensuring full interoperability with the future federal standard.