Clinical Portal with Results Viewer
As a healthcare organization and provider, subscribing to the HIE and providing data, you have access to a Patient’s Integrated Longitudinal Record
SYNCRONYS also provides access to vital statistic.
For a list of HIE participants, please click here
Clinical Data Repository (CDR)
The SYNCRONYS CDR consolidates data from a variety of clinical sources to present a unified view of a single patient. Data types stored in the SYNCRONYS CDR include patient demographics, allergies, encounter history, diagnoses, medication history, , immunizations, procedures, problems, lab results, pathology, radiology, and patient notes.
Enterprise Master Patient Index (EMPI)
The NextGate EMPI database verifies the unique identity of individual patients to consolidate patient records from multiple facilities under one exchange-wide universal identifier.
Privacy & Security Management
The SYNCRONYS allows for secure access by authorized users. Participating providers are also required to meet the rigorous Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act privacy and security standards, as well as comply with applicable New Mexico requirements. SYNCRONYS offers services to assist users to comply with regulatory requirements, such as risk assessment and analysis, policy and procedure review, and development and training.
eHealth Exchange Network Gateway
eHealth Exchange Network Gateway: Participant organizations may connect to the eHealth Exchange Network The Sequoia Project through the SYNCRONYS. This service creates a secure, standards-based, auditable and bi-directional connection between SYNCRONYS and the eHealth Exchange network. The network allows exchange of patient information with other HIEs and federal agencies such as the Veterans Administration, Indian Health Services, and the Social Security Administration.
Continuity of Care (CCD)/Continuity of Care Architecture (CCDA) document exchange via HIE protocols, including XDS/XDR.
The intent is to exchange as much of the US Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) data set as possible, to enhance the data available to SYNCRONYS HIE users. The ability to exchange the data in the USCDI will be required in 2021 of your certified EHR vendors.