Bridge Patient Portal and MD EMR Systems Partner to Build Integration Between Bridge Patient Portal and GE Centricity EMR and CPS
- Posted On May 19th
- In Bridge News
Bridge Patient Portal and MD EMR Systems, an electronic medical record solutions developer and certified development partner for GE, have established a partnership to build an interface between the Bridge Patient Portal product and the GE Centricity™ products, including Centricity Practice Solution (CPS), Centricity Business and Centricity EMR.
These new integrations will allow healthcare delivery networks using GE Centricity to bring a patient-centric and engaging portal to their patients, with seamless integration of data and functionalities between the portal and their EHR.
Bridge Patient Portal and MD EMR Systems’ first project together was a custom integration for WESTMED Medical Group. During this pilot project the companies collaborated to connect Bridge Patient Portal with GE Centricity Business and Centricity EMR for the client. Having gained experience with the WESTMED pilot, Bridge and MD EMR will now embark on standardizing the interface between Bridge Patient Portal and GE Centricity Business and EMR. Development has also begun on adapting this interface for use with GE CPS users.
The integration between the platforms supports bi-directional demographics, messaging, appointments, prescription refills and bill pay. Meanwhile, uni-directional features include lab results, document uploads, Consolidated Clinical Document Architectures (CCDAs) and eye prescriptions. Bridge is using its own, fully-documented API with GE Centricity’s HCO API, Qvera channels and various HL7-based messages. Going forward, the two companies look forward to providing this integrated solution to the Centricity user community.
To see the full press release click the following link: Press Release
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