Who We Serve
and Health Systems
Interoperability simplified through advanced solutions to acquire all types of data, transform the data to usable formats, and transport it to your partners
We understand that busy hospitals can process hundreds of orders and results during a single shift. Sharing data is critical to providing optimal care to patients. When XTi develops a transparent interface to facilitate data transfer into and out of a hospital’s laboratory information system (LIS) or radiology information system (RIS), we start by examining how you work now. We ask, “What is your internal LIS capable of doing?” We don’t force you to subscribe to a single way of doing business. We match the way we work to your existing workflow and the systems you’ve already invested in. You get interface transparency and monitoring capabilities without undue system and workflow upheaval. XTi solutions help hospitals, health systems, and healthcare providers acquire data from ambulatory EHR (electronic health records) and HIS (hospital information systems) and share the data they need for quality programs and care transitions.
“If you’re a physician’s office that wants to succeed in exchanging data with your lab, imaging center, state-level entities and others, EMR vendors expect you to match the way you do business to the way they business. What XTi does is different. We ask you how you do business, and then we sit down and incorporate as much of what you have on the shelf as possible.”
Hospitals and Health Systems
Healthcare organizations of any size need to assess the sustainability of their revenue cycle. Government regulations, such as the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act have put more of a focus on value-based care, which creates a need for documentation improvements, process optimizations and increased transparency. Integrated technology that connects siloed departments of healthcare organizations benefits patients and providers alike. New technology solutions can ensure that the final bill accurately reflects the patient experience. This reduces the chance of claims denials and strengthens the revenue cycle as a whole. Customized technology solutions from XTi can help providers improve their quality of care and bolster revenue at the same time.
Exchanging data is critical for healthcare providers. Data fluidity is key to improving outcomes but it can be expensive and time-consuming. XTi integrated technology supports transparency and makes it easier for everyone to work together effectively. Integrated solutions give all stakeholders the ability to communicate more easily and solve problems in real time. This increased agility makes it easier to respond to issues as they arise. XTi simplifies interoperability through advanced solutions to acquire all types of data, transform the data to usable formats, and transport it to your partners.
Hospitals & Health Systems
Dr. Caroline Reich was well aware that the way her company, Women’s Imaging Associates, was transmitting its radiology reports was causing the physician practice partners extra work. But she and her staff didn’t think there was a cost-effective solution to streamline the process.
“When you work for a big teleradiology practice, and you interface with a big hospital, you can afford really expensive connections. But HL7 connections are prohibitively expensive when you’re trying to interface with small practices,” Dr. Reich said. HL7 (Health Level-7) is a set of international standards for transfer of clinical and administrative data between the software applications used by a variety of healthcare providers. Large corporations can afford big ticket solutions because they rush to meet the needs of hospitals that represent big dollar accounts, leaving individual physician practices out in the cold.
Better yet, we were able to easily manage all of the connections for Dr. Reich and her staff. Here’s how it works: Women’s Imaging Associates transmits radiology reports to the XchangeCore data hub through an established connection. The XchangeCore then processes and transmits the data to the physician’s EMR system in the proper format. Every office wants something done a little differently, so there is no standard solution for all practices. Having customization capabilities is crucial to meeting the needs of all of Dr. Reich’s physician practice partners.