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Connecting health information

Conporto Platform is a secure Health Information Exchange (HIE) that enables third-party services to query, integrate and exchange health information and messages from disparate, geographically dispersed patient information systems.

Conporto Platform

The Platform can connect disparate sources of structured and unstructured data e.g. from GP practice management and pharmacy dispensing systems, to DHB EMRs and national repositories or services, e.g. NZePS and NHI.

Specific service implementations are based on security and privacy by design principles. Most notably, health data access is processed on-demand and presented in real time using a standardised API—a different paradigm from traditional data aggregation (repository) methods.

The Platform’s point-to-point secure messaging capabilities coupled with real-time information federation are presented in user interfaces designed to serve critical healthcare scenarios, from an integrated view of patient records, to detection and mitigation of harm events and secure messaging. This enables healthcare staff in any location and setting, especially emergency and immediate response, to access and exchange vital patient information.


Conporto Look-Up is the main user interface of the Conporto Platform, presenting a real-time integrated summary patient record view of data from participating health providers. Any data element from source systems can be included in the integrated view e.g. conditions and allergies, lab results, pharmaceutical prescriptions and dispenses, clinical letters, GP notes, etc.


Conporto EDM (Event Detection & Mitigation) is Conporto Health’s ‘flagship’ service, using the Conporto Platform to deliver a high risk of harm detection and notification service. Conporto EDM is designed to prevent hospitalisation (or worse) from medication and/or treatment-related errors.

Conporto EDM is triggered by a GP appointment or prescription change, initiating an automated analysis of available patient information, regardless of location e.g. GP, pharmacy or hospital systems. If harm is detected, notifying alerts are securely sent to attending clinicians, providing supporting evidence and information for in-situ clinical decision-making.