According to the Deloitte 2008 Survey of Health Care Consumers, over 70% of consumers want their hospital to provide online access to an integrated view of their medical information, including test results, doctor visits and hospital stays. Yet the percentage of hospitals that have deployed a true patient portal is still in the single digits. But hospitals have been investing heavily in technology such as hospital information systems, laboratory systems, picture archiving computer systems and other solutions that enable electronic connectivity for clinicians within the organizations. However, this is just the start of the process of patient data integration. Even though some hospitals have successfully linked major disparate systems within the hospital, few have fully integrated their environments, such as pharmacy interaction for closed loop medication reconciliation and seamless access to physician practice-based electronic medical records, the source of the majority of a patient's encounter history.