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PopEye, CQM Analytics API

PopEye is a REST API that connects with the ONC-supported popHealth system for computing Meaningful Use Clinical Quality Measures (CQM). Using the PopEye API your EHR becomes MU 2015 edition compliant in a matter of days. PopEye was the winner of the ONC popHealth challenge.

PopEye has been used to compute MU measures for hundreds of providers with a combined patient base of approximately 1 million. PopEye can significantly reduce your cost (and headaches) for maintaining a MU analytics service for your EHR users.

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We have helped our EHR clients be ranked among the top MU certified companies based on Clinical Quality Measures calculations supported by their products. We will work closely with your development team to identify gaps, fix errors, scale your CQM analytics service and get certified for more measures.

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— Dr. Farzad Mostashari, Former Director, ONC

2015 MU Edition (New)

We have customized the core popHealth system to make it compatible with the new Meaningful Use 2015 Edition Final Rule requirements such as:

  • Including new filtering (107.315(c)(4)) requirements of problem lists, TIN, NPI and so on.
  • Ability to record and export (107.315 (c)(1)) QRDA-I and III files by providers.
  • Ability to import (107.315 (c)(2))QRDA-I and perform calculations.

Integration

A Simple RESTful API that easily integrates with your existing EHR system. You can integrate using a CCDA interface or use our simple JSON data format to upload patient data into the calculator.

PopEye can be set up as a cloud based service or as an on-premise solution.

Scalability

Its scalability allows EHR and healthcare organizations to use it in a multi-practice environment over millions of patient records with simple API calls. It is powered by MapReduce technology that was originally developed by and in-use at Google.

Configurability

  • Integrate PopEye with a single user or a group practice with multiple providers – PopEye handles all such scenarios.
  • PopEye provides a simple UI for providers to download their QRDAs for attestation.
  • Single Sign-on capability lets your EHR users seamlessly switch between the EHR and CQM UIs.

Customization

  • You can use the PopEye API to enable large bulk uploads/exports or perform incremental data updates as per your needs.
  • We also offer custom APIs for operations specific for your installation.

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PopEye and CQM Analytics Blogs

HL7-FHIR 101 - September 9, 2016 Nadeem Nazeer
“Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources is a draft standard describing data formats and elements (known as “resources”) and an Application Programming Interface (API) for exchanging Electronic health records. The standard was created by the Health Level Seven International (HL7) health-care standards organization” – courtesy Wikepedia. FHIR® is an acrony…
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Quality Reporting Document Architecture – QRDA-I, QRDA-II, QRDA-III Differences - July 29, 2016 Nadeem Nazeer
HL7 Quality Reporting Document Architecture (QRDA) is a standard for communicating health care quality measurement information. There are 3 basic types of QRDA documents,  Category I and Category III being the most popular, as these two are often asked for testing and validation over cypress and other testing tools. Below are brief definitions of these from…
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QRDA Category III R1.1 Changes – Health-Data-Standards – CQM 2015 - July 28, 2016 Nadeem Nazeer
As Cypress v3 is scheduled to be released today  – July 28th, 2016, and once you set it up and send your initial QRDA(s) with your fingers crossed, you may bump across errors like: SHALL contain exactly one [1..1] templateId (CONF:2226-17208) such that it SHALL contain exactly one [1..1] @root="2.16.840.1.113883.10.20.27.1.1" (CONF:2226-17209). SHA…
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How to Test your Quality Measures Calculations using Cypress - July 5, 2016 Nadeem Nazeer
In this blog, I have tried to walk you through testing your QRDA-I and QRDA-III files using Cypress. Before we start, a brief introduction about Cypress and some official documentations would help in understanding the concepts better. What is Cypress? Cypress is the rigorous and repeatable testing tool of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and EHR modules […]…
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Webinar : What’s new in the 2015 Edition for Clinical Quality Measures and How can your EHR stay on top of it - June 22, 2016 Nadeem Nazeer
We are excited to present our very first webinar: “What’s new in the 2015 Edition for Clinical Quality Measures and How can your EHR stay on top of it” on June 23, 2016 Time: 1:00 pm (EDT). The 2015 Edition Health IT Certification Criteria (2015 Edition) builds on past rule makings to facilitate greater interoperability […]
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