Customer Highlight: HSX Encounter Notifications

For greater Philadelphia and its metro region, HealthShare Exchange of Southeastern PA (HSX) is the nonprofit health information organization (HIO, HIE) formed by the area’s healthcare insurance companies and hospital health systems for the purpose of electronically exchanging patient care information. The five-county region served by HSX represents the largest and most densely populated healthcare marketplace […]

Customer Highlight: UHIN cHIE Encounter Alerts

Founded in 1993, Utah Health Information Network (UHIN) is committed to reducing healthcare costs and improving care quality and access. To this end, UHIN provides services and tools that allow providers, payers, and patients to reliably and securely exchange claims, reports and clinical information electronically. UHIN also operates its Clinical Health Information Exchange (cHIE), which […]

Making the Case for MDM in Statewide Health Information Exchanges

  For over a decade, the private sector, and statewide and federal U.S. government organizations, have turned to Ai to rethink how health information is shared, managed, and protected. Our company track record highlights several health IT and policy areas where Ai has worked closely with business and technology stakeholders, to address complex challenges in […]

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.

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.