EHI Export

Centriq FHIR

The Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource ( (i.e., FHIR) bundle generated by the EHI export includes the following. Select the resource name to view the content.

Resource Description Centriq Data Source(s)
Patient This resource includes data about the patient—for example, patient address and phone number. Patient Registration
Encounter Provides visit or encounter-based information, such as admission and discharge date/time. Patient Registration
AllergyIntolerance Medication and Environmental allergies, including reactions, for a patient. Allergies are coded to RxNORM or SNOMED-CT depending on how the medication is managed by the facility. Medical History > Allergies
CarePlan Listing of future orders, diagnostic tests, and appointments for a patient. CPOE > Future Orders, Scheduler, ePrescribing, Notes > Plan of Treatment
CareTeam Listing of the patient's care team: primary care, consulting physician, and personal care member. Patient Chart > Care Team
Communication Includes communications about the patient. These can be communications between staff members, portal messages between the patient and the provider, or secure messages between providers. Work Center > Communications
Conditions Information from the patient’s problem list and any diagnosis attached to the encounter record. Patient Registration, Medical History > Problems
Coverage Includes Insurance Plan information. Patient Reg > MPI Maintenance
Device Equipment relevant to the diagnosis, care, or treatment of a patient. Includes devices applied to or placed in the patient. This information may include Unique Device Identifier value and includes manufacturer information, if collected. Medical History > Implant Log
DiagnosticReport The patient's laboratory and diagnostic results for the encounter. Lab tests are coded to LOINC. Patient Chart > Results, Patient Chart > Documents > Radiology Results
DocumentReference Includes a large range of narrative data collected on the patient. This data can include the Consolidated-CDA received from another healthcare setting, radiology results, or transcribed physician notes. Patient Chart > Medical Summary (C-CDA), Transcription, Notes, Radiology Results, Electronic Case Reports, etc.
FamilyMemberHistory Family medical history collected, including any medical conditions. Medical History > Family History
Goals A defined outcome or condition to be achieved in the process of patient care. These goals are associated to the patient's problem list. Patient Chart > Problems > Goals
Immunization The patient's immunization history collected during an encounter, which can include medications administered. Medical History > Immunizations
MedicationAdministration Includes details for medication administrations that occurred as part of the visit. Orders > eMAR
MedicationRequest Includes electronic prescriptions and medication orders associated with the visit. DrFirst Rcopia (for ePrescriptions) and Order Enry
MedicationStatement Includes medications that are taken by the patient outside of the visit (home medications) and a No Known designation if specified. Home Medications
Observation Contains relevant vital signs, such as blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, height, weight, body mass index, head circumference, pulse oximetry, and temperature. In addition, it includes data that influences a patient's physical, psychological, or emotional health, such as Smoking Status, Financial Resource Strain, Education Level, Physical Activity, Travel History, etc. Information is coded using LOINC codes and SNOMED-CT where appropriate. Patient Chart > Vitals, Patient Chart > Social Profile
Procedure Includes current and historical procedures performed on the patient. Medical History > Surgical and Orders > CPOE
ServiceRequest Procedures ordered on a patient encounter. Patient Chart > Orders Tracking