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Did You Know?

Your patients can automatically be subscribed to your SmarteXp (“Smart Experience”) patient engagement solution with an API. 

When patients and families register with your hospital through your own designated online forms, they can automatically and securely be enrolled in SmarteXp through our Application Programming Interface (API). Their information will seamlessly populate a new subscription to receive our messages—making it even easier for you to deliver the right information to your patients at the right time!

Plus, the API is fully HIPAA-compliant.
According to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), when patients give you their email address, they are implying consent to digitally receive educational materials.

It's Easy to Set Up:

We will coordinate with your developers so that the right information populates our subscription enrollment form. 

Be sure to add information to your online forms letting your patients know you will be sending them timely messages about their care. 


Read our blog post about APIs and how they can help your hospital prove Meaningful Use >>>


Everything You Need to Know About APIs:


SmarteXp API - The “Key” Piece

Using SmarteXp’s API (Application Programming Interface), providers are now able use a patient’s admission date and problem list (diagnosis) directly from their EHRs to automatically provide required patient-specific education resources.

UbiCare developers work with your IT or CRM team to establish a customized API that allows for this automatic connection. It’s quick and your IT or CRM teams already know how to do this!


How Our API Works

Step 1: Specific information stored in each patient’s EHR is attached to an HL7 compatible API “key”. 



Step 2: The key is encrypted and securely delivers each identified patient’s information into SmarteXp and automatically creates a subscription to the specific messaging series.



Step 3: SmarteXp automatically delivers the messages with appropriate diagnosis-specific resources to each patient—assuring that he or she receives the right message, at the right time, for the right diagnosis … pre, during, and post visit.

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