docRegistry is the central document cataloging component of Leafsprout's Digital Health Suite. It acts as a registrar of
health records associated with patients in a given geographic region (e.g., state, province, country), belonging to the same health organization/system,
or associated with a set of affiliated hospitals/clinics that are sharing clinical information about patients.
The registry facilitates discovery of patient data existing anywhere within the region. It utilizes IHE-approved
software interfaces and protocols.
Regional-level document cataloging service for patients' health records.
Compliant with the IHE XDS profile's Document Registry actor.
Extends basic features of an XDS Registry with support for multi-patient queries, document metadata updates and deletes, patient identifier changes based on source
patient id, etc.
Easily aligns with data retention policies mandated by a given jurisdiction. With its built-in support for deletion, including soft and hard deletion,
docRegistry can ensure that document entries remain in the system for no less and no more time than legally required.
Works with Leafsprout's patientRegistry and other IHE PIX Manager-compliant MPI systems.
Can operate without the PIX Manager when a global patient identification scheme has been established and adopted by healthcare
enterprises, e.g., a national health number assigned to each person.
Implements the IHE Cross Enterprise User Assertion (XUA) profile, facilitating HIEs with federated user identity.
Supports user-defined security policies via its built-in XACML Security Policy Enforcement engine. As a result, only the documents that a user is authorized to see are returned in queries.
Integrates with external repositories of class/confidentiality/event/format/facility type/practice setting/other codes sanctioned by a given jurisdiction.
Highly secured, including encryption, node authentication, and auditing that exceed the requirements of the IHE ATNA Profile.
Accompanied by a comprehensive web-based administrative tool.
- Supports VMware and Hyper-V virtualization environments.
- Designed for deployments in server farms.
- Exposes both synchronous and asynchronous Web access points.