Identifying and implementing a sustainable business model for patient care and upkeep is a major issue concerning Healthcare Information Exchange (HIE) providers. Electronic Health Network (EHN) is a health information interoperability company deploying health information exchange (HIE) technology to enable payers, hospitals, clinics, labs, and public health agencies to securely share patient health information. The Medical Interoperability Network (MiNT) of EHN provides full interoperability to the healthcare domain.
The MiNT platform provides a fast and secure access to healthcare information in real-time. With MiNT Connect, patient identity is maintained through an enterprise master patient index (eMPI), and documents are registered and stored to facilitate data sharing across authorized providers. Document sharing is fast and accessible through the vendor neutral MiNT Connect, which uses multiple adapters, to convert documents to various formats and limitless scalability, to be implemented across the globe.
With MiNT Cloud, healthcare providers are connected to Electronic Health Network technology platform, within seven business days. MiNT Cloud
maintains patient identity across systems and communities. MINT Cloud is HIE compliant to focus on ePHI.
With MINT, Electronic Health Network is changing the way healthcare connects by integrating the healthcare stakeholders onto a single platform
ePHI is protected using the highest security, intrusion defense, and prevention technology, to comply with privacy standards and the law. “With MiNT, Electronic Health Network is changing the way healthcare connects by integrating the healthcare stakeholders onto a single platform,” say Charles Williams Jr., CEO and Co-founder, Electronic Health Network.