Reports are distinct representations of electronic health records. Different reports are designed to serve different use cases. Human readable reports are available in PDF or HTML while reports for programmatic use cases are available as JSON.
Reports are compiled shortly after we get an authorization from an individual and retrieve the data from their healthcare providers. There are several ways for developers to know exactly when a report is available to download.
How to use reports and the reports endpoint
A concise longitudinal view of the patient's key medical data that is divided into sections including:
Demographics, social history, list of prescriptions, conditions, procedures and vitals.
List of Encounters including reason for visit and associated diagnoses for in-person and remote care.
* Test results.
This report is built separately for each healthcare provider. Each provider authorized by the end consumer will have their own report.
|ccdraw||Complete medical record|
The entire medical record of a patient , directly rendered from the CCD-A documents. This report renders the data as close as it can get to the original charts retrieved from the source EHR.
This report is generated only when the user connects a data source that provides CCDA files. It’s typically not available from pharmacies or independent lab networks.
This report is built separately for each healthcare provider. Each provider authorized by the end consumer may have their own report.
|apidata||Bulk export of the clinical API|
This report aggregates the output of the main clinical API endpoints for a given individual. It’s equivalent to calling all the Clinical API endpoints (except ccd and narratives) and concatenating the responses together.
|timeline||Chronological health history|
This is a longitudinal view of a user’s data organized in a timeline.
Updated almost 3 years ago