For Providers

Longitudinal access to a patient's clinical history is what separates Intermountain from other healthcare systems and service providers.  When you connect electronically with Intermountain through your EMR/EHR, that is exactly what you get - and you can't find this history anywhere else.

We offer uni-directional and bi-directional interfacing capabilities and are prepared to work with you to get your clinic up and running.

Web Portal

This online tool puts your most commonly ordered tests and diagnosis codes at your fingertips for easy ordering.  Orders are sent to all Intermountain draw sites, so that you don't need to worry about where your patient will present.  The system also prints specific order information, reducing ordering and billing errors that might otherwise cause delays for your patients.  Further, it is possible to create customized notification values for a certain test or patient.  Results are pushed out and available in the web portal, or on your mobile device, as soon as testing is completed in the lab.

EMR/EHR Orders and Results Interfaces

Orders placed in your EMR/EHR system can be collected at Intermountain draw sites across the state.  In addition to receiving standard laboratory results - General Lab, Anatomic Pathology, and Microbiology - into your EMR/EHR system, you may also choose to receive the following text-based reports from Intermountain facilities:

  • Admission Notes
  • Cardiology Reports
  • Consultation Reports
  • Delivery Procedure Reports
  • Diabetic Clinic Reports
  • Discharge Summaries
  • Emergency Department Reports
  • Endoscopy Procedure Reports
  • History and Physical Reports
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine Reports
  • Operative Reports
  • Outpatient Clinic Reports
  • Perinatology Reports
  • Physical Therapy Reports
  • Procedure Reports
  • Progress Notes
  • Pulmonary Function Study Reports
  • Speech Therapy Reports
  • Transfer Summaries
  • Ultrasound Reports
  • Vascular Study Reports
  • Wound Care Reports

For Patients

Laboratory results are a key component of the physician’s diagnosis and treatment of your health condition.  Physicians analyze your lab results, along with other procedure reports and clinical findings in your health record, to determine an appropriate course of treatment.  As a patient, you have the right to request a copy of your results from your doctor.  You may also want to ask him/her to contact Intermountain Healthcare and grant you online access to your test results on our My Health application, making your clinical history accessible to you anywhere you go.