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Electronic Clinical Event Notifications & Data Exchange in Healthcare

Learn how your organization can safely and securely facilitate the sharing of patient event information and communications regarding transitions of care.


resource thumbnailThere are a number of industry drivers which are compelling hospitals, providers, payers, and care teams to improve how they’re sharing patient event information and communicating in support of transitions of care, and, just as importantly, when.

Many of the catalysts toward this new focus have been government regulations*, and none are more impactful than the transition to value-based reimbursement within the healthcare industry. The evolution of payment models is prompting organizations to evaluate how and when to communicate, coordinate, and collaborate to ensure they’re supporting quality initiatives and maximizing reimbursements. New payment models, including bundled payments and shared savings programs for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), have created incentives to coordinate transitions and provide care in less intensive settings.

In order to control costs, healthcare organizations with value-based contracts need to actively manage post-acute care communication and coordination, which begins with investing in the processes and technology to support proactive notifications and document sharing, in order to support working collaboratively to reduce hospital readmissions.

Learn how clinical event notifications can help facilitate care coordination, contribute to PCP awareness, and improve transitions throughout the continuum of care.


* Regulations include ARRA, ACA Readmission Reduction Program, and the CMA A-0133