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All posts tagged with “Care Coordination.”
Healthcare Provider Uses HIE Data to Help Inmates Transition from Jail
A jail-to-community transition program improves medication consistency and continuity of care, based upon the goal of reducing recidivism.
Innovative Closed Loop Referral Tool for Diabetes Management
Connecting patients with relevant and timely community resources at the point of care
PatientCare 360 Users – Did you know you can access care summaries from these organizations?
You can access recent care summaries on your patients from Kaiser Permanente, Department of Defense, Veteran’s Administration and Quality Health Network.
Veteran’s Administration Data Now Available in PatientCare 360
This includes care summary documents for patients affiliated with any VA healthcare facility in the United States.
The Independence Center Supports People With Disabilities, Utilizes HIE for Better Care Coordination
Before having access to CORHIO’s PatientCare 360 secure portal, The Independence Center had to call the hospital (or multiple hospitals if they were unclear which one) and ask for information to be faxed over. Sometimes that could take up to 30 days and wasn’t always useful once it arrived.
Helping Case Managers Coordinate the Right Care for Patients
Longmont Community Health Network is a small but determined organization that focuses on helping patients who have “fallen through the cracks” in the healthcare system. Christa Peacock is the sole case manager for the group and helps patients get the right care, as many rely on the emergency department at Longmont United Hospital for their needs.
The Urology Center of Colorado Customizes Data From HIE to Improve Continuity of Care
The physician-owned specialty practice, The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC), receives pathology test results, radiology reports, and transcription notes from CORHIO to help with patient care coordination. With results pushed into their GE Centricity electronic health record system, TUCC is now able to better able to prepare for new patients and existing patients who’ve had a recent hospital encounter.