Access to Clinical Data
The Access to Clinical Data Solution allows you to access relevant clinical data of a patient you're interested in from the EHR. With each of the interactions listed in this page, an application can interact with the Founda Health Platform to retrieve these data points for an identified patient at a Provider Organization that the application is integrated with.
A typical workflow for a digital health solution would be to first identify the patient of interest with the Patient Demographics Solution before retrieving the patient's clinical data. Picture a patient companion application supports patients throughout their treatment journey. In order to monitor their progress and help them adhere to medications and treatments, the app needs access to the patient's medical record.
Here's how that would work with the Founda platform: The patient subscribes with the app and registers their demographics and the hospital at which they are being treated. This hospital is integrated with the companion application and has authorized the application through the Founda Console to access the data. The patient's demographic data is used for the Retrieve Patient by Demographics query to identify the right patient in the EHR. Once the patient is identified, the application can now start gathering the patients known conditions, their medication statement, procedures the patient has undergone, and so much more! Founda's Access to Clinical Data Solution streamlines this journey, enabling patient-centered care through seamless data access.
Each resource has a list of search parameters that are used to search for the resource of interest. For all date parameters, you can use the following modifiers:
- ge: greater than or equal to
- le: less than or equal to
- gt: greater than
- lt: less than
For example: date=gt2023-01-01
Can't wait to get started with Access to Clinical Data? Import our Clinical Data .json collection to the API tool of your choice! It's pre-filled with all requests to execute the listed interactions. Of course you'll first need to authenticate with your client's credentials, see the Sandbox Testing section!