The Central Health Information Exchange (HIE) has the following components
- Terminology Registry: A system that serves to uniquely identify and manage terminology set (mapped to International Standards) that refer to clinical activities/references during care delivery. for example: ICD10, LOINC, CPT etc.
- Facility Registry: A system that serves to uniquely identify and manage all health services administered in the country. For example: Hospitals, Community Health Clinic, and Laboratories etc.
- Provider Registry: A system that is used for maintaining unique identities of health providers in the country. For example: Doctors, Community Health Workers etc.
- Geo location Registry: A system that will contain all addressable locations consisting of geolocations, postal address hierarchy. Like other registries, this will act as the reference point for addresses, locations.
- Master Client Index (Client Registry): A system that will manage unique identity of citizens receiving health services. MCI will also generate unique health id for all the patients registered with it.
- Shared Health Record: A repository containing person-centric records for patients. SHR houses subset of data from various EMRs from different care delivery organisations. This record is shared between different institutions and systems.
- Patient Journal: A system for a patient to view their own electronic medical records. The patient should have appropriate credential to login and view information.