What is OneCare?
Every day, health providers aim to improve the health of their patients. OneCare makes that easier. Products like CareWeb and DOCS4DOCS reduce costs, save time and enhance physicians’ workflows. By eliminating uncertainties and duplication, OneCare products and services allow for and promote better patient care.
It’s simple. Your patient’s healthcare records matter—and nearly everyone’s experienced how frustrating it is when they don’t follow you around. The Indiana Network for Patient Care, our clinical data repository, which contains more than 12 billion pieces of clinical data, acts as a single source of data for care providers. Through CCD Connect, we’re able to provide a useful summary document of the patient’s longitudinal health record that can be ingested within your EHR. Providers are able to make use of this valuable data without leaving their normal EHR workflow.
Our CCD Connect product will help you to:
Save time by accessing your patient’s “full story” through our single source of data
Get the specific data you want, when you want it
Integrate data seamlessly into your current workflows and systems
Here’s an example of how it works:
Useful to clinical staff who might need access to INPC data for patient care.
Depending on EHR capabilities, CCD may be displayed as readable or parsed for more targeted display.
Summary document IHIE provides will contain most relevant data from a variety outside organizations.
IHIE is able to receive summary care documents from your organization and make them available to the next provider of care. This enables a more informed Transition of Care.
Clinicians need access to important patient information provided in a meaningful and quick way. The Indiana Network for Patient Care allows them to access information on a patient from over 100 Indiana hospitals without leaving their EHR.
In December 2017, we successfully completed a collaborative project with Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University Health to create a FHIR exchange for a list of the most common ER complaints (e.g. chest pain data). This service follows new industry exchange standards (FHIR/API) to return clinically relevant information to emergency department physicians who don’t have time to search for data in an outside application.
Here’s how it works:
A results delivery service that offers a single connection of clinical information such as lab results, radiology reports, hospital admission reports, and more. Results can be viewed through a web-based portal or delivered directly into an EHR system.
HOW ARE OUR CUSTOMERS USING DOCS4DOCS?
With more than 40,000 users, IHIE’s Docs4Docs has become the ubiquitous clinical results delivery service in Indiana. By joining over 100 hospitals in its network, normalizing the data, and building the interfaces with each hospital, IHIE accomplished something very rare: It standardized the way patient information is presented and received across an entire state.
We provide a broad range of care coordination services delivered via Docs4Docs. Delivery is designed to support better care transition while working within a framework that meet the requirements of Promoting Interoperability.
The D4D Service delivers:
Hospital admissions reports, discharge and transfer (ADT) reports
Transitions of Care (Continuity of Care) documents
For a complete list of participating Docs4Docs facilities, see our Doc4Docs Table.
A secure and robust application that displays billions of data elements from our clinical data repository, the Indiana Network for Patient Care (INPC).
The Indiana Network for Patient Care (INPC) is the nation’s largest inter-organizational clinical data repository and contains more than 12 billion data elements collected over 30+ years. The INPC collaborative provides a common framework, agreement, and oversight of the data that displays in our CareWeb application.
CareWeb displays payer and public health data, as well as real-time interfaces from sources such as lab, radiology, CCDs, transcriptions, cardiology, and ADT (Admission Discharge Transfer) information. CareWeb allows our customers to access data from our wide network of participants.
Here are a few ways our customers use CareWeb:
Usability is made easier through our Single Sign On capability.
The CareWeb Search feature helps users find specific data including locating terms within free text and PDFs.
Users can trend lab data from the entire community to understand the full story of patient testing.
Care Managers can use CareWeb in tandem with our other PopCare services to help manage populations.
CareWeb allows community organizations that care for at-risk and special needs patients to advocate and coordinate services on their behalf.