Release Notes

Stay up to date with the newest updates and improvements at Particle Health.

Week of February 26, 2024

:rocket: What's New

:bug: Bug Fixes

  • One of our national HIE partners, CommonWell, has been experiencing an outage since 2/22/24.We’ve implemented several temporary workarounds to bypass any calls to CommonWell, to ensure that customers can continue call the Patients API and query Carequality and eHealthExchange in the meantime. Check out the latest updates on our status page.

Week of February 19, 2024

:rocket: What's New

  • We've released our new Patient Monitoring offering, which enables customers to provide a cohort of patients that Particle will monitor for any new encounters on the national HIEs (Carequality, Commonwell, eHealthExchange) and via our ADT partners. When Particle receives an alert for a new encounter for a patient across our networks, we will notify our customer and push net, new relevant data.
  • Added 'Providers' data in the Patient History UI that shows all providers that a patient has seen, including their specialty, role, and contact information.

Week of February 5, 2024

:rocket: What's New

  • We've updated the upper bounds on the number of projects a customer can add via our Management API to 10 projects. If you anticipate needing more, please work with your Particle Account Team to explore raising that limit.

:bug: Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where, in rare instances, the /File call was returning 204s for certain documents because the the file state was not populated, leading to validation failures. This fix addresses the validation logic to prevent these edge cases going forward.

Week of January 29, 2024

:rocket: What's New

  • Added the ability to filter and search data in Patient History UI.
  • Enabled search capability over 'Record Sources' in Patient History UI. And, distilled 'Record Sources' to a distinct list of locations.

Week of January 22, 2024

:rocket: What's New

  • Added 'End Date' to the Medications view in Patient History UI.

:bug: Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where, in rare instances, the medicationStatementId was unpopulated in the Medications FLAT table.

Week of January 15, 2024

:rocket: What's New

  • Procedure notes are available for each documented procedure on the patient’s record in the Patient History UI.
  • Added new statuses to the submitted queries in the Patient History UI so that a user may see when ‘data is not found’.
  • Unified the search bar prompts in the Patient History UI to ‘Enter search term’.
  • Ability to search text within a clinical note in the Patient History UI. To initiate the search, type in the search term in the search bar. Clinical notes containing that text are then filtered in the tabular view. Navigate across clinical notes to review the content with that search term.

:bug: Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with sorting on the date columns across all tables in the Patient History UI.

Week of December 18, 2023

:rocket: What's New

  • Particle now provides file metadata via the Queries API, to enable easier tracking and management of patient documents retrieved across queries.

:bug: Bug Fixes

  • Medications view in Patient History UI now correctly displays deduplicated medications.
  • In FHIR, removed a ‘start date’ constraint for appointments with a ‘proposed’ status.
  • The practitioner name is now populated on the Medications view in the Patient History UI.

Week of December 11, 2023

:hourglass:Coming Soon

  • Looking for ways to streamline data ingestion and speed to insights? Particle's Deltas capability will give customers the ability to retrieve only the net new patient records from data sharing networks since the previous time that the patient was queried.

Week of December 4, 2023

:rocket: What's New

  • Particle Health’s Onboarding solution accelerates new patient intake by providing clinicians and care coordinators with a patient’s comprehensive medical history. Integrate directly via API or access data through Particle’s UI.

What’s Next

If you have any questions, please reach out to your Particle Health representative.