MyFlexpa gives patients a seamless view of their data and developers an easy way to see what can be created with the . Flexpa API
#How it works
Patients log into their health plan account through and obtain authorization to access the patient's data. MyFlexpa then uses Flexpa Link to retrieve the patient's data and display it in a simple, easy-to-understand format. Flexpa API
Currently MyFlexpa supports the following data types:
- Core Demographics (Patient)
- Claims (ExplanationOfBenefits)
- Insurance plan details (Coverage)
- Care Team (CareTeam)
- Prescriptions (MedicationRequest)
- Pharmacy dispenses (MedicationDispense)
- Vaccinations (Immunization)
- Allergies (AllergyIntolerance)
- Diagnoses (Condition)
- Encounters (Encounter)
- Procedures (Procedure)
- Diagnostic Reports (DiagnosticReport)
- Core Vitals (Observation)
The MyFlexpa application enables patients to see their claims, coverage, and other data from their health plan.
MyFlexpa is free and does not persist data.
Using MyFlexpa, you can verify that someone can successfully connect to their payer by directing them to my.flexpa.com. You can also use MyFlexpa to understand what data is available to you through and can be rendered in a user interface. Flexpa API
This is not the same thing as obtaining authorization through and Flexpa Link, as this will not grant you access to any data. To do anything beyond this simple testing, including obtaining authorization for your own access, you will need to ensure you complete the steps in Flexpa APIGoing Live.
To disconnect MyFlexpa or other applications, the patient must log into connections.flexpa.com using their health plan credentials. Flexpa Connections displays all applications connected to that health plan through . The patient has the option to Flexpa LinkDisconnect any application to prevent that application from continuing to access their health plan data through . Flexpa API
You can read more about Flexpa Connections here.