Health Current Key Statistics (as of February 2020)
|Data Providers, Total||194|
|– Data Providers, ADT||167|
|– Data Providers, Clinical||136|
|– Data Providers, Part 2||66|
|Unique Patients||10.8 M|
|TRANSACTIONS (Monthly Average)|
|Patients Accessed via Portal||79 K|
|HL7 Transactions Received||25.2 M|
|CCDs Received||1.8 M|
|Alerts Delivered||10.4 M|
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Participant – A healthcare organization that has executed a participation agreement with Health Current, enabling the organization to send and receive clinical data through the Health Information Exchange (HIE).
User – Individuals employed by a Participant who actively utilize HIE data.
Data provider – Participants who supply information to Health Current through their electronic systems.
ADTs – Notifications of admissions, discharges and transfers (ADTs) that may contain immunizations, medications, problem lists, treatments/procedures and other documents.
Clinical information – These records may be Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs) or HL7 v2 messages containing immunizations, medications, problem lists, lab or radiology reports, treatments/procedures, allergies and other clinical documents.
Part 2 Data – Data from this organization includes Part 2 (42 CFR Part 2) information that is afforded special confidentiality protection and requires Part 2 consent.
Unique Patients – The total number of patients with clinical information reflected in the HIE data.
Portal – Secure web-based access provided by Health CUrrent that allows selected patient/member data to be viewed online.
HL7 – Health Level Seven (HL7) refers to a set of international standards for transfer of clinical and administrative data between software applications used by various healthcare providers. These standards focus on the application layer, which is “layer 7” in the OSI model. The HL7 standards are produced by Health Level Seven International, an international standards organization, and are adopted by other standards issuing bodies such as American National Standards Institute and International Organization for Standardization.
CCD – A Continuity of Care Document (CCD) is an XML-based markup standard intended to specify the encoding, structure and semantics of a patient summary clinical document for exchange. It provides a means for one health care practitioner, system, or setting to aggregate pertinent data about a patient and forward it to another practitioner, system or setting to support the continuity of care. View more information.
Alerts – Alerts are sent to designated clinicians or individuals based upon a patient panel. A patient panel is a practice or payer provided list of patients/members they wish to track.