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Join us at HIMSS21 in Vegas

Love chatting about emerging trends in interoperability? Good—so do we! 

Better Care Coordination 

Care coordination is an increasingly complex endeavor for health care organizations. We would love to meet with you to discuss how to best support your real-time data needs through our industry-leading Encounter Notification Service®. ENS currently delivers over 30 million contextualized notifications to more than 3,000 subscribing organizations across the country.

 

See You in the Showcase! 

We invite you to visit the Audacious Inquiry team at the Interoperability Showcase, where we will showcase The SANER Project™ in action. See for yourself how this industry-wide collaboration can help state governments improve real-time situational awareness to better manage public health emergencies. By Using HL7 FHIR™ and automation, the SANER Project is designed to revolutionize outdated and unreliable data-sharing processes, allowing real-time situational awareness of health care system capacity.

 

Let’s Meet Up! 

Reserve your 1:1 appointment in our meeting room and discover solutions that increase reimbursement opportunities, engage providers, and enhance network integrity. By seeing our trusted solutions in action, including ENS and Patient Unified Lookup System for Emergencies™ (PULSE), you will see why Audacious Inquiry is a trusted partner to health plans, health systems, Health Information Exchange Organizations, public health agencies, and federal, state, and local government agencies across the country.  

 

Our Insights

How Continuity of Operations Planning Aligns with Emergency Preparedness

At our monthly Community of Practice meeting with PULSE customers and partners, we were excited to host Cyndi Mellen, a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and Director of COOP for New York City Emergency Management (NYCEM). Mellen provided an overview of COOP program development and how to effectively build capacity over time. She also shared insights from her time supporting the city of New York, and best practices for organizations trying to start developing a COOP program at their company or in their community. We wanted to share some insights on COOP and how building a program for continuity of operations aligns with emergency preparedness planning. 

Health IT for Risk-Bearing Entities in Value-Based Care Arrangements

The shift in healthcare from the current fee-for-service (FFS) model to value-based care (VBC) has been building over the past decade. At the center of the value-based care movement are risk-bearing entities (RBEs), which are healthcare organizations that assume financial risk when delivering or covering cost of care for patients. In this article, we will explain how VBC payment models work, types of RBEs and how health IT can support RBEs in value-based arrangements.

Emergency Preparedness Planning Tips from Texas Health Services Authority

Katherine Lusk, VP of Strategic Partnerships at Texas Health Services Authority (THSA), shares why health IT should be top of mind when creating emergency preparedness plans.

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