The integrated EHR-telehealth solution will be available to current and future Cerner and American Well clients.
Clients of both companies will benefit from a streamlined experience; these include the likes of Hartford HealthCare, Inova, Yale New Haven Health, and others.
The challenge invites interested parties to create an API to allow people to securely authorize the movement of their health data to destinations they choose.
55% are accessing their health record to simply stay informed; 29% of those consumers who say they do have an EHR are not getting much benefit from it.
The company has also announced plans to bring 300 new healthcare jobs to downtown Greenville, SC, from where it will run its clinical support operations.
The company currently has more than seven hundred developers in its program creating essential apps and solutions for the healthcare industry.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins, the Ohio State University and the National Cancer Institute predict this scenario even without additional interventions.
Mobile OpenVista Enterprise (MOVE) is designed to liberate OpenVista EHR data from the desktop, and enable physicians and clinical staff to work while on the go.
On the other hand, the number of doctors who think patients should have access to their health records has dropped from 31 in 2014 to 18 percent today.
Epic, Cerner, Athenahealth, Allscripts, Kaiser Permanente and John Hopkins Medical are all on board, and so are the 5 largest health care systems in the U.S.