Dr. Jeanine Compesi, physician at Kaiser Permanente, practices hospital medicine always outside the “walls” of Kaiser Permanente, as the health plan does not have its own hospital. Patients are often transferred from another care setting to one in which the Kaiser Permanente physician will be taking care of them,… Read More
January 12, 2016

While other systems in the health care ecosystem are coming together to exchange data, long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) organizations have generally been absent in HIE adoption/participation. Many LTPAC facilities rely on rudimentary systems and little EHR use – partly due to no financial incentives (for example, Medicaid and Medicare… Read More
August 14, 2014

Questions still swirl around billing appropriately for transitional care management (TCM) codes 99495 and 99496. The first code covers communication with a patient or caregiver within 2 business days after discharge and involves medical decision-making of at least moderate complexity. Communication can be via phone, email, text or in person… Read More
July 31, 2014

Do you need notifications? A recent study by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality show real-time event-based notifications deliver. And the need for timely follow-up, improved care transitions and coordination, and reduced readmissions is just as real – it’s mandated. Your reimbursement and care delivery depend on it. The… Read More
July 22, 2014

Why you need notifications Providers are still often in the dark when patients get admitted or discharged. MU Stage 3 proposes requiring providers receive alerts upon significant care events. But it’s not happening in any meaningful way. The fact is – it needs to. In the age of data overload,… Read More
June 26, 2014

There’s not much literature yet on the effects of today’s healthcare models or technology. One area that’s getting some banter, and has recently shown real merit, is event notifications. We know admissions, discharges and transfers are critical periods to manage. We know readmissions cost facilities and patients alike, both monetarily… Read More
March 26, 2014

If you’re in health IT, your work is never done. Continuous innovation is critical. Medicity was issued two patents on Feb. 25, furthering not only our intellectual property holdings but our standing as a leader in enabling population health management with state-of-the-art technology. Connecting referral network The first patent represents… Read More
March 24, 2014

Here are five questions you can, and should, pose in selecting a HISP. Does it support XDR, XDM and X* protocols? Not all HISPs support all three but all three are relevant to different EHR vendors. To ensure you can support messages sent directly from your EHR, choose a provider that… Read More
March 20, 2014
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