Healthcare technology leader advances national interoperability
NextGen Healthcare, Inc. (NASDAQ:NXGN), the leading provider of ambulatory-only healthcare technology solutions, announces the launch of NextGen® Health Data Hub™, a cloud-based Health Information Exchange (HIE) platform that supports the sharing and aggregation of patient health data. The ability of Health Data Hub to work with any data management interface allows it to connect disparate systems. This provides seamless interoperability so that clinicians and healthcare providers can streamline the process of sharing or receiving patient information, thereby improving clinical decision making at the point of care.
“Today’s launch of NextGen Health Data Hub is another example of our continued commitment to enabling local and national health information exchange,” said Rusty Frantz, NextGen Healthcare’s President and CEO. “When healthcare organizations exchange, aggregate, and normalize clinical data, they can turn community-wide patient information into insights which improve patient care.”
Key features of Health Data Hub include:
- Clinical content management: Full support of clinical data types in use by ambulatory and in-patient systems;
- API: An API-first design enables complete data access and enhanced system integration points;
- User portal: A user-accessible front-end for the display and management of patient data;
- Consent & data protection: Secure patient data management for sharing and access permissions; and
- Cloud-hosting: Fully managed, continuously delivered solution leveraging Amazon Web Services.
The latest addition to NextGen’s Connected Health offerings, Health Data Hub joins a suite of innovative health IT solutions designed to optimize data aggregation and provide users with relevant patient data from across the continuum of care. Health Data Hub is programmed to provide tailored solutions that give users the opportunity to create, manage and optimize their workflow.
“We have selected NextGen’s Health Data Hub as our platform of the future,” said Melissa Kotrys, CEO of Health Current. “As the statewide HIE in Arizona, we integrate information with the delivery of care to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities. With greater levels of connectivity, data richness, and flexibility, Health Data Hub allows us to continue expanding the interoperability offerings to the Arizona healthcare community.”
With the launch of Health Data Hub, NextGen Healthcare is at the forefront of interoperability data management solutions that help improve patient care. To learn more about NextGen’s Health Data Hub, please visit www.nextgen.com.