HealthShare Exchange (HSX) works with several accountable care organizations (ACO) and other risk-bearing entities that care for specific populations across the region. Through participation with HSX, ACOs have access to more timely notifications about patient activity in HSX-member hospitals and can more effectively coordinate care in collaboration with patients and their treating providers.
Encounter Notification Service (ENS)
- ACOs subscribe to panels of current patients and receive timely notifications when they are hospitalized or present to an emergency department and then are subsequently discharged.
- ENS notifications are provided by admission, discharge, transfer (ADT) feeds from more than 50 member facilities in the Philadelphia region.
- Encounter Notification Service (ENS) Overview
Clinical Data Repository (CDR)
- Collects and retains medical-records data about patients, permitting a patient’s provider and/or care-team members to query for clinical information.
- ACO representatives usually access the CDR using the HSX query portal.
- Clinical Data Repository (CDR) Overview
- Leveraging the CDR, current medical information can be accessed by authorized users to support quality reporting initiatives.
Clinical Activity History (CAH)
HSX integrates with patient insurance providers to receive recent claims history. The patient’s insurance claims data is compiled into a Continuity of Care Document and is sent to requesting healthcare providers. Healthcare providers can access centralized clinical information through our Clinical Data Repository or in their Electronic Health Record via Direct Secure Messaging.
Automated Care Team Finder (ACTF)
In an effort to support patient Transition of Care visits, HSX routes CCDs containing important discharge information to a patient’s Primary Care Provider. The service identifies patients through their healthcare insurance identification to quickly determine providers involved in medical care and automatically deliver pertinent clinical information through direct secure messaging.