True data interoperability is here
ESO helps hospitals tap into the power of bidirectional data sharing with EMS. Perform comparative analysis of hospital and EMS data, increase operational efficiency, measure and improve patient outcomes, plus much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Health Data Exchange (HDE) is is a Platform-as-a-Service interoperability solution designed to connect to different clinical data sources for the purposes of supporting continuity of care, clinical quality improvement activities, EMS reimbursement activities, and related business intelligence.
There is no hardware or software to install at the facility or EMS agencies. Most connections and data extracts can be accomplished with existing resources within the participating entities.
ESO contracts with Microsoft Azure to provide secure Tier 1 data storage services.
Because HDE connects unrelated systems, HDE support is a team effort coordinated by the ESO team. ESO’s integration tools monitor the traffic through each connection. If an issue is detected, ESO support personnel work with the appropriate technical resources to resolve the issue.
Yes, ESO offers true bi-directional data sharing between various electronic health record systems. Initially designed to connect EMS and hospitals, HDE is capable of connecting referring facilities, transitional care, MIH providers, public health and more.
Once connected, hospitals can connect with EMS runsheet to the facility EHR. This allows clinicians and data abstractors easy access to the EMS record. ESO also offers Patient Tracker. This web-based application enables hospitals to search for individual or groups of patients based on transporting agency, primary impression, diagnosis and many others.