With Native+, eVisit’s proprietary approach to integrations, you can continue using the interfaces your staff already knows, from scheduling to charting and everything in between. This accelerates utilization while reducing time and effort for testing and maintenance. It’s one more way eVisit helps providers drive 3.5X higher profit margins over two-way video or EHR-based solutions.
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Connecting your workflows across programs and reducing human error is easy with our REST-compliant endpoints. Our APIs allow integrations with all your existing technology, including scheduling systems, EHRs, different patient management systems, and even those applications you may have developed in-house.
Unified Scheduling and Availability
From patient-led self-service models to complex workflows involving multiple parties, eVisit’s fully integrated data transfer protocols work with any of your preferred scheduling systems. Whether you’re setting up recurring provider availability, moving resources around to meet demand, or scheduling patients several months in advance, eVisit works with your existing ecosystem, not against it.
EHR Integration at its Best
eVisit works seamlessly to return all patient and visit information back into your system of record for centralized storage, auditing, and compliance considerations. Automatically exchange visit summaries, patient chart histories, treatment plans, continuity of care documents, X-rays, patient notes, educational materials, and much more to and from your EHR.
Single Sign-On from Every Angle
Fully compliant with industry standards like SAML and OIDC, eVisit leverages your physicians’, care team members’, and administrators’ authentications to ensure compliance with external systems. And it doesn’t stop there. Unlike other care delivery solutions, we make it just as easy and secure for patients, regardless of the device they’re using.
Secure Data Exchange
Whether you use FHIR or HL7 for securely exchanging personal health information and operational data, eVisit supports: ADT messages for admissions, discharges, and transfers; SIU messages for scheduling; MDM messages for documentation; and DFT messages for billing.