InteHealth Patient Portal is built on the InteHealth Exchange Platform which brings together information from a variety of healthcare information sources into one place for secure access via any desktop, laptop, or web-enabled mobile device. It is one of the few Portals certified to be MU2 compliant.
The InteHealth Patient Portal does all this and more for both patients and healthcare organizations:
The InteHealth Patient Portal pushes the boundaries of conventional portals by enabling health systems to provide patients with a secure, HIPAA compliant view into their EHR from any web-enabled device.
This portal, branded with your health organization’s logo, will serve as a means of communication between the patient, physician, and health system through a secure messaging and alerting system. With many premium services for both the patient and the health system, the InteHealth Patient Portal will be the springboard into the river of the Healthcare Social Network.
The InteHealth Patient Portal empowers the patient with the ability to track and pay bills, schedule appointments, and refill prescriptions; all online via any web-enabled device. The Patient Portal provides value to healthcare organizations by automating these processes; which in turn permits your physicians, nurses, techs and staff to focus more of their efforts on improving the continuum of care across your health system.
The Patient Portal facilitates your health system’s Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements by utilizing the InteHealth Exchange Platform; a KLAS-verified HIE that creates the secure movement of data between all of the stakeholders in your healthcare organization: physician to patient, physician to physician, patient to the hospital, hospital to the patient, hospital to hospital, hospital to payor, or hospital to government reporting agencies.
With Patient Portal, your health system will be on the leading edge of HIT; engaging and empowering the community to monitor, manage and improve their health, and improving the continuum of care for your patients, physicians, nurses, and all participants within your health system.