– MDPortals adopts Health Gorilla APIs to bring proprietary care insights to providers from a vast network of clinical systems.
– MDPortals will leverage Health Gorilla’s Patient360 API to retrieve clinical records from thousands of care sites across the country, augmenting MDPortals existing connections to health information exchanges and patient portals.
Health Gorilla, a leader in clinical data APIs, and MDPortals, a leading clinical insights company, announced today a partnership to bring proprietary care insights to providers from a vast network of clinical systems. MDPortals provides physicians with a full longitudinal clinical record that proactively flags critical care updates in real-time.
MDPortals compile, curate and synthesize patient records from our proprietary network of connected EMRs, PCPs, radiology, labs, and HIEs for healthcare systems into one concise medical health record that is searchable, indicating all pertinent clinical data. Each record is annotated with key HCC, HEDIS and clinical insights for MDPortals’ client physicians, indicating all pertinent clinical data.
The Fastest Way to Access Complete Clinical Data
As part of the partnership, MDPortals will leverage Health Gorilla’s Patient360 API to retrieve clinical records from thousands of care sites across the country, augmenting MDPortals existing connections to health information exchanges and patient portals. This new data includes labs and imaging, vitals, medications, progress notes, social history, family history, and more. In addition to collecting the patient’s clinical history, MDPortals’ client physicians will receive all future updates to the patient’s medical record from any care site in Health Gorilla’s network, allowing for the continuous management of chronically ill patients.
MDPortals is currently serving 500 providers and 100,000 patients in all 50 states. Through this partnership, MDPortals completes its quest for full national data connectivity.
“Our APIs enable digital health developers to get complete clinical data seamlessly to power treatment-related use-cases and improve patient care.” said Steve Yaskin, Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Health Gorilla. “We’re excited to partner with MDPortals to power new insights that can be derived from our comprehensive data network.”