Securely sharing lab results, radiology reports, discharge summaries, and other documentation across the provider community is challenging. This has led many health regions to develop costly point-to-point integrations to share lab information. RelayHealth offers results distribution as a subscription service which provides access to more members of the extended healthcare team while decreasing the costs to build and maintain interfaces.
Fast, cost-effective deployment for quick ROI
Reduce duplicate testing
Greater access to actionable, discrete data
Increased physician satisfaction and alignment
Improved patient satisfaction
Can be linked to regional or national information exchanges
SaaS-based with minimal IT investment or support
Unlimited, secure online results access
Eliminates outdated IT and manual distribution
Workflow integration with EHRs
RelayHealth Results is a robust result distribution service that enables health systems, laboratories, and diagnostic centers to securely exchange actionable clinical data with providers and patients.
Seamless Management of Clinical Data
RelayHealth Results lets you share results and reports with other providers in a format that integrates with existing workflows, EHRs, and IT infrastructure. It eliminates the need for phone/fax delivery and point-to-point connections, increasing organizational productivity while providing the architecture for clinical integration.
Easily Expand and Deploy with Minimal Cost
RelayHealth Results can be a part of your expanding EHR strategy, and when partnered with other RelayHealth applications in the ambulatory community, can be used as a fully certified EHR. RelayHealth Results is Software as a Service (SaaS), requiring minimal up-front IT investment and support. It accommodates data exchange with providers whether or not they have EMR, reducing barriers to collaboration in a highly cost-effective manner.
Increased Patient Involvement and Satisfaction
RelayHealth Results provides patients with prompt access to results and reports, enhancing their experience with the health system.