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  • Dr. David Lee
    Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield conducted a pilot study with IHIE to supplement Anthem’s claims database with clinical information. The goal of this pilot was to see if IHIE had clinical information – specifically lab results - related to 200,000 commercial members. The staggering amount of c...
    payors, commercial payors, population health, healthcare value, healthcare cost, interventions, claims, health insurers, efficiency
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  • Dr. Trainor
    A 50-year-old male was sent to a neurosurgeon at a local hospital to discuss treatment options for his chronic low back pain and leg weakness. While meeting with the neurosurgeon, the patient felt his appointment was rushed, he didn’t receive adequate time to discuss his options, and left believin...
    CareWeb, CareWeb search, patient engagement, care coordination, outpatient
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  • Dr. Donald Trainor
    A Spanish-speaking woman in her 70s visited Dr. Trainor at a brand new medical facility in Indianapolis. A Florida native who moved to Indianapolis only two months prior to her visit, she had no medical records on-hand and due to a language barrier, had difficulty disclosing all relevant medical inf...
    CareWeb, CareWeb Search, patient engagement, care coordination, outpatient
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  • Matt Gutwein
    Eskenazi Health is one of America’s five largest safety net health systems, providing care to nearly one million outpatient visits and nearly 90,000 emergency department visits each year. It is the public hospital division of the Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County. When the Ind...
    Hospital System, inpatient, outpatient, safety net hospital, underserved populations, population health
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  • Dr. Shaun Grannis
    Indiana has an advantage that few other places have with a mature health information exchange that covers a broad geographical area. The over 350,000 clinical transactions passing through IHIE daily can be used to support direct patient care, while also making sense of the data on a large scale to ...
    DOCS4DOCS Service, D4D Service, public health, public health reporting, case reporting forms, state department of health, Regenstrief Institute, research, notifiable conditions detection
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  • E. Rush & J. Morin
    Hancock Regional Health’s IT leadership team sought an efficient solution to implement Transitions of Care documents, also called Continuity of Care documents (CCD) mandated by the federal government. This care summary document must be sent to the “next in line” provider, regardless of what te...
    population health, population health reporting, Meaningful Use, Stage 2 Meaningful Use, Stage II Meaningful Use, interoperability, DOCS4DOCS Service, public health reporting, care coordination, efficiency, transitions of care, DIRECT, eligible providers, eligible hospitals, critical access hospitals, CCD, reporting, Transitions of Care
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  • Eric Rush & Jeff Morin
    A 360-degree view of the care patients receive will require the next generation of “connections”, like those between EMRs and health information exchange (HIE) organizations. While the federal government prods interoperability among EMRs, HIEs can provide a critical link to bridge these systems...
    Meaningful Use, Stage 2 Meaningful Use, Stage II Meaningful Use, interoperability, eligible providers, eligible hospitals, electronic medical record, EMR, electronic health record, EHR, HL7, care coordination, single sign on
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  • D. Barnes
    CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions connects older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers in central Indiana with home and community-based services. CICOA is working with Medicaid on a project to support Medicaid patients that use CICOA for additional services. CICOA's clients often...
    CareWeb, care management, Medicaid, care coordination, payers, underserved populations, elderly, high-risk, care coordination, long-term care facility, nursing facility, health insurers, commercial payers
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  • Jason Schaffer
    Ms. Miller presented to Dr. Schaffer with vague abdominal symptoms. The patient indicated that she had been seen at a different emergency department several weeks prior. Dr. Schaffer asked what treatment she received and she indicated that not much had been done. ...
    emergency medicine, interoperability, CareWeb, CareWeb search, electronic medical record, EMR, electronic health record, EHR, care coordination, efficiency
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  • E. Rush & J. Morin
    Three years ago, the collaboration between Hancock Regional Health and IHIE had been limited to the sending of information for their physician clinical results. HRH was anxious to move forward with several projects that allowed them to adhere to state and federal population health reporting mandate...
    population health, population health reporting, Meaningful Use, Stage 2 Meaningful Use, Stage II Meaningful Use, interoperability, DOCS4DOCS Service, public health reporting, efficiency, transitions of care, DIRECT, eligible providers, eligible hospitals, critical access hospitals, CCD, reporting, notifiable conditions detection, NCD, biosurveillance, PHESS, public health emergency surveillance system, electronic lab reporting, ELR
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  • Ponda Wilson-Grace
    The Center for Diagnostic Imaging sees upwards of 75 patients each day in one facility. Each one of these patients has unique needs, and unique medical histories that can impact the results of an imaging scan. CDI looked for a solution to help address these needs and make each patient visit as effi...
    CareWeb, care management, care coordination, imaging center, radiology, MRI, CT, scans, images, imaging
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  • Donata Barnes
    For the past year, CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions has worked with a Medicaid payer to reduce readmissions to the hospital for certain high risk CICOA clients. CICOA provides services and support to the elderly and people with disabilities in Indiana. It’s important that CICOA, whose clients ...
    admissions, discharge and transfer alerts, ADT alerts, care coordination, payers, readmissions, emergency department, emergency room, discharge, transfer, DOCS4DOCS Service, D4D, payers, Medicaid, population health, reduction in readmissions, underserved populations, elderly, high-risk
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  • Dr. Gregory Kiray
    Dr. Kiray estimates that about half his patients seek care outside his particular health institution. As such, it’s important for him to learn all he can about his patients to provide them with the appropriate care, while ensuring his time spent with patients is productive....
    CareWeb, interoperability, quality data mining, metrics, single sign on, emergency medicine, interoperability, SSO, CareWeb search, electronic medical record, EMR, electronic health record, EHR, doctor/patient relationship, quality, data mining
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  • Carol Burrows
    Columbus Regional Health, like all eligible hospitals in the U.S., sought an efficient solution to meet certain federal requirements for Stage 2 Meaningful Use, which requires eligible providers, eligible hospitals and critical access hospitals who transition or refer a patient to another setting of...
    population health, population health reporting, Meaningful Use, Stage 2 Meaningful Use, Stage II Meaningful Use, interoperability, DOCS4DOCS Service, electronic medical record, EMR, electronic health record, EHR, care coordination, efficiency, patient-centered care, Continuity of Care Document, Continuity of Care Service, transitions of care, DIRECT, eligible providers, eligible hospitals, critical access hospitals, Transitions of Care, CCD
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  • Dr. Jason Schaffer
    Dr. Schaffer saw a patient complaining of chest pain, but was unsure of his previous medical history. With time of the essence, Dr. Schaffer turned to CareWeb’s search function to seek out more information, as the patient was not able to communicate much of his medical history. ...
    emergency medicine, interoperability, CareWeb, CareWeb search, electronic medical record, EMR, electronic health record, EHR, heart disease, heart attack, myocardial infarction
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  • Eric Rush & Jeff Morin
    Accountable care organization (ACO) is an effort that focuses on support for Medicare patients, to ensure that these patients, especially the chronically ill, receive the right care at the right time, while avoiding unnecessary duplication of services and preventing medical errors. Hancock Region...
    population health, accountable care organization, ACO, efficiency, reporting, admissions, discharge, transfers, ADT alerts, discharge and transfer alerts, care coordination, Medicare, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
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  • Nancy B. Nolan
    As the responsible party for their patients’ health, the Franciscan Alliance ACO needed a solution to help them track what care their patients received, no matter where they received it. This endeavor helps support the ACO’s overarching goal of providing coordinated, comprehensive care across ho...
    CareWeb, interoperability, quality data mining, inpatient interoperability, accountable care organizations, ACO, doctor/patient relationship, Shared Savings, Medicaid, ER visits, ED visits, admissions, discharge and transfer alerts, ADT alerts, care coordination
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  • Monica Leriger
    Patients who need to spend time in a post-acute care facility are often in medically complex situations which require specialized care. In these cases, timely and relevant patient information is imperative, especially patients with infectious diseases. Kindred Health Services has developed an anti...
    CareWeb, care management, care coordination, long-term post acute care, LTPAC, elderly, high-risk, care coordination, long-term care facility, nursing facility, transitional care, transitions of care, post-acute care, antibiotic resistance
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  • Ashley Lory
    Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation provides continued care to a broad range of patients with a diverse set of needs. Often, these patients have complex health issues but are sent to the facility from an inpatient hospital stay with minimal information included in their chart. Kindred look...
    CareWeb, care management, care coordination, long-term post acute care, LTPAC, elderly, high-risk, care coordination, long-term care facility, nursing facility, transitional care, transitions of care, post-acute care
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  • Dr. Jason Schaffer
    Dr. Jason Schaffer has been an emergency department physician at IU Methodist Hospital for nearly 15 years. In a recent visit, he ordered a hemoglobin (A1c) test to check the patient’s blood glucose level. When it came back at 10, it led to more questions than answers....
    single sign on, emergency medicine, interoperability, SSO, CareWeb, CareWeb search, electronic medical record, EMR, electronic health record, EHR
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  • Karen Perlstein
    When a person applies for Social Security disability benefits, the Social Security Administration (SSA) must obtain and review a complete medical record in order to make an accurate determination. It can take months for health care organizations to provide records for the claimant's case. Dealing wi...
    CareWeb, Social Security Administration, SSA, disability determination, operational savings, disability eligibility, Social Security Administration disability determination, SSA disability determination, Social Security Administration disability eligibility, SSA disability eligibility
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