We’re pleased to announce the availability of InterSystems HealthShare® 2020.2, which delivers many valuable new enhancements and two new offerings – the CMS Solution Pack™ for payer organizations seeking compliance with new U.S. regulations, and Care Community, released in the United Kingdom, for team-based coordinated care.
New features and functionalities in the 2020.2 release include:
- The CMS Solution Pack provides a suite of data, access, and management features to help payers and providers in the U.S. fully meet the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule requirements for access to clinical and claims data.
- As part of the Solution Pack, the HealthShare data model and FHIR gateway have expanded to cover the United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) and Common Payer Consumer Data Set (CPCDS) elements, and to support the CARIN Alliance Blue Button® Framework.
- Care Community, launched in the United Kingdom, enables the entire care team to partner with each other and with the patient to collaborate, share information, plan care and improve health and wellness across the care continuum.
- Health Insight now includes a package of configurable COVID-19 solution templates supporting core measurements, syndromic surveillance, heat mapping, and more.
- Personal Community supports third-party applications (SMART on FHIR) for patients and their proxies, including connection to services such as Apple Health.
- Provider Directory also has been enhanced to support the new CMS requirements and Da Vinci FHIR profiles for provider information access. Additionally, authorized users can now directly add and edit provider records and broadcast changes to source systems, allowing Provider Directory to be a source of truth across the organization.
- HL7® FHIR® R4 services have been further enhanced, including rapid upload of standard FHIR profiles and automatic configuration of search parameters.
- Clinical Viewer adds custom charts and icons for COVID-19 data and also features enhanced compliance with WCAG / Section 508 accessibility requirements.
- Multiple enhancements to improve platform performance, data quality, manageability, usability, integration, accessibility, and consistency
This story originally appeared the HealthShare Connections News Flash No.5 - January 27, 2021