InteliChart Regulatory and Compliance Requirements

General Regulatory FAQ
Meaningful Use Requirements

InteliChart’s patient portal, which includes InteliChart DIRECT Messaging, provides the capabilities, functionalities, and security necessary for healthcare organizations to meet the requirements for both Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use (MU & MU2). The utilization of InteliChart technologies will continue to broaden as healthcare organizations and HIT vendors seek solutions to fulfill today’s MU requirements while providing the runway for more extensive capabilities such as information exchange, care coordination, and population health management. MU criteria are staged in three progressive levels that aim to move a healthcare organization from 1) initial data capture to 2) consistent and seamless information sharing to 3) clinical process enhancement and outcomes improvement. Stage 1 sets the baseline for electronic data capture and information sharing, while Stages 2 and 3 expand on that baseline and push providers to exchange information to further drive continuous quality improvement. Costs and limitations apply.

InteliChart is certified for the following inpatient and ambulatory EHR modular criteria:

  • 170.315 (a)(13): Patient-Specific Education Resources
  • 170.315 (d)(1): Authentication, Access Control, Authorization
  • 170.315 (d)(2): Auditable Events and Tamper-Resistance
  • 170.315 (d)(3): Audit Report(s)
  • 170.315 (d)(4): Amendments
  • 170.315 (d)(5): Automatic Access Time-out
  • 170.315 (d)(6): Emergency Access
  • 170.315 (d)(7): End-User Device Encryption
  • 170.315 (d)(9): Trusted Connection
  • 170.315 (e)(1): View, Download, and Transmit to 3rd Party
  • 170.315 (e)(2): Secure Messaging
  • 170.315 (e)(3): Patient Health Information Capture
  • 170.315 (g)(2): Automated Measure Calculation
  • 170.315 (g)(4): Quality Management System
  • 170.315 (g)(5): Accessibility-Centered Design
  • 170.315 (g)(6): Consolidated CDA Creation
  • 170.315 (g)(7): Application Access – Patient Selection
  • 170.315 (g)(9): Application Access – All Data Request
  • 170.315(G)(10): Standardized API for Patient and Population Services

This EHR Module is 2015 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Last updated January 2024


Open API

Getting Started

The InteliChart Open Application Programing Interface (OpenAPI) provides....

The OpenAPI is presented as a set of simple Restful Web Services to facilitate maximum compatibility with the widest range of development platforms. The InteliChart OpenAPI employs standard OAuth 2.0 client authentication to ensure that verified development partners are able to use the API in a secure environment and maintain patient privacy.


This documentation is designed for people familiar with JSON and HTTP.

All OpenAPI requests :

  • Must be made over SSL using HTTPS in order to ensure data privacy and compliance with the OAuth 2.0 specification
  • Must use POST method in order to ensure all data privacy

Potential response status codes are :

  • 200 [Ok] - Standard response for successful HTTP requests.
  • 400 [Bad Request] - Server cannot process the request. There was missing data or missing prerequisite data.
  • 401 [Unauthorized] - Authentication is required and has failed or has not been provided.
  • 405 [Method Not Allowed] - A request method is not supported. i.e. Used GET instead of POST.
  • 419 [Authentication Timeout] - OAuth token has exceeded its lifetime.
  • 500 [Internal Server Error] - An error occurred within the OpenAPI. Please report this immediately.



InteliChart on FHIR is a resource for developers who are interested in integrating to healthcare systems using the FHIR Specification.

InteliChart’s implementation currently supports the R4 First Normative Content (4.0.1) version of the HL7® FHIR® standard. InteliChart’s implementation of the R4 version is ongoing and new resources and actions will be added over time.

In the healthcare space, most clinical data standards are set by HL7. The process of creating a new standard and releasing it to healthcare professionals and developers is difficult. The reason for this is due to variability of protocol standardization that often encompasses multiple versions. To solve this problem, HL7 introduced FHIR® – Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, which is built around “Resources.” Resources are modular components that allow an easy and quick way for patients and doctors to access data. FHIR® is providing a modern form of interoperability in the healthcare space, however there are still various drawbacks regarding versioning and inconsistent implementation. HL7 FHIR is a healthcare interoperability standard that defines a content model, in the form of "resources," and a specification for exchanging the content in real time using RESTful interfaces. For more information about FHIR, go to the HL7 website.