Experity has earned its reputation as the number
one partner for urgent care clinics in the U.S. by
staying at the forefront of the urgent care market
and technology. Through its software and services,
the company helps urgent care clinics streamline
operations, improve the patient experience, and
optimize revenue. Experity’s dynamic, easy-to-use,
patient-centered EMR/PM solutions connect urgent
care clinics with other care providers across the
healthcare ecosystem for better visibility into
essential patient records.
Connecting providers throughout the
Experity’s urgent care clinic clients see patients on
demand – when time is of the essence, often when
their regular provider is closed or they are unable to
get in right away. To best care for patients, urgent
care providers need access to details about current
medications or conditions, but these records likely
exist in another healthcare system’s EMR.
When urgent care clinicians can’t access records, a
provider may need to order wasteful duplicate tests,
and a patient may not get the best care or outcome.
Experity’s DocuTAP platform helps urgent care
centers connect with patient records elsewhere in
the healthcare ecosystem. However, every provider
uses disparate formats and standards such as HL7
v2, JSON, and XML, plus transport methods including
TCP/IP, VPN, and FTP as well as web service
endpoints for REST and SOAP calls.
Experity’s DocuTAP needed true interoperability to
deliver clinical documentation where and when it’s
needed most to be able to help its clients deliver
Corepoint Integration Engine
Experity turned to Corepoint Integration Engine. Built on IHE profiles, Corepoint fosters secure interoperability between Experity DocuTAP and CareQuality, Surescripts, and other networks used by the company’s client clinics.
Corepoint converts inbound message formats into
the required outbound message format to be
understood by each system. For example, Experity
DocuTAP can receive an inbound message in HL7
and map it to an outbound X12 message or other
Experity also uses the Multi Request Receiver (MRR),
a standard feature of the Corepoint Web Services
module. MRR can be enabled and configured to
allow as many as 100 simultaneous inbound
With this multithreading capability, Experity
DocuTAP takes advantage of multiple threads per
endpoint connection, allowing the processing of
50+ requests simultaneously and thousands of
messages per day.
Experity’s DocuTAP team leaned on Corepoint’s deep experience with IHE standards and schemas to create automated workflows that launch when a patient books an appointment.
Corepoint workflows empower Experity DocuTAP to
aggregate all available clinical documentation
about the patient, including CCDAs and visit
reports. Corepoint delivers them in a format that
can be understood by a tablet-wielding physician.
After an encounter, Experity’s DocuTAP can send a
visit report to the patient’s primary care provider.
Better continuity of care, faster time-to-revenue
With Corepoint as the integration engine, Experity’s
DocuTAP urgent care clinic clients now exchange
thousands of messages a day across disparate
More accessible patient records help urgent care
providers deliver better care and visit summaries
improve continuity of care. Meanwhile, more
complete and comprehensive data helps clinics
Corepoint also gives Experity DocuTAP the agility to
tackle new challenges.
For example, as the COVID-19 pandemic began,
Corepoint quickly began connecting to public
health department APIs to send essential test
data, no matter what format the departments
required. Corepoint manages vaccination data
As Interface Analyst Paige Bagneschi says, “Corepoint Integration Engine helps us assist our clients meet the demands of the healthcare industry, so they can focus on patient care.”
“We all have the goal of sharing
information across hospital systems.
Corepoint makes it a reality
and connects our clients securely to
other organizations to help power
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