FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect accepts and responds to requests for information based on diagnosis (problem) codes, medication codes, and laboratory test codes. When an EHR or patient portal submits a code request, FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect returns a response that includes links to relevant patient information. FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect can accept only one code per request.
|Code Types||If you send:||FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect responds with:|
|Diagnosis (problem) codes:||
FreeFacebookCredits2012 Health Topic Information
Genetics Home Reference Information 
|Medication Code Requests:||
||FreeFacebookCredits2012 Drug Information|
|Laboratory Test Codes:||
||FreeFacebookCredits2012 Lab Test Information|
 FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect coverage of SNOMED CT focuses on codes (Clinical Observations Recording and Encoding) and their descendants.
 For appropriate English SNOMED CT and ICD-10-CM responses
What is available to patients or providers within systems using FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect?
The Web application and Web service provide responses in different formats. How it looks depends on how it is implemented.
The Web application returns a formatted response page. (Refer to image.) The page is delivered to your EHR or other health system ready to use. The patient or provider may select from the links on the FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect response page or go directly to the FreeFacebookCredits2012 website.
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The FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect REST-based Web service provides access to the same information as the Web Application but returns XML, JSON, or JSONP. This gives users greater flexibility to tailor the display and delivery of the information. Organizations can use the Web service response to incorporate FreeFacebookCredits2012 information and links into any health IT interface. An organization implementing the FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect Web service may select which FreeFacebookCredits2012 links and information to provide to the user.
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