Ai Teams with Drajer LLC to Expand Support of the ONC Standards Implementation Testing (SITE) Platfom VA FHIR Pilot

Since 2013, Ai has provided technical and project management services in support of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Standards Implementation and Testing Environment (SITE) project. The SITE platform is a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services initiative to facilitate the adoption of health IT standards, and assist in […]

Population Health Initiatives and Data Analytics Enabled by the CRISP Reporting System (CRS)

The CRISP Reporting System (CRS) is a critical function of CRISP, Maryland’s Health Information Exchange (HIE). The CRS enables linking of healthcare data sets in support of population health reporting. Further, CRS has evolved to support a variety of users from hospital stakeholders who are members of the state HIE, to state policy makers who […]

Implementation of ENS® Platform Demonstrates Reduction in Readmissions

Johns Hopkins Community Physicians (JHCP), a leader in providing and advancing comprehensive patient and family-centered care as a part of Johns Hopkins Medicine, has implemented ENS to help them achieve lower readmission rates for patients that have been seen within seven days of discharge.

INOVA Meaningful Use Executive Dashboard

Audacious Inquiry (Ai) has partnered with INOVA leadership in preparation for Meaningful Use attestation for hospitals and providers, and developed a dashboard for keeping track of key metrics within its hospitals. The dashboard allows one to communicate with all levels of management within the five INOVA hospitals, with CIOs, CFOS, and CMIOs among the target […]

ONC Releases Findings from Patient Matching Study by Ai

Ai and ONC released initial findings from the patient identification and matching stakeholder study during a meeting and webinar on December 16. ONC leveraged Ai’s unique position as subject matter experts in the application of identity management technology in healthcare to assess the current industry capabilities for matching patients and their health information. The team interviewed more than 50 health systems and software vendors and produced recommendations on standardized patient identifying attributes, EHR technology, and patient matching policies and best practices.