SHARE is now sending real-time event notifications to over 50 Arkansas Hospitals on their patients that have been readmitted to another facility within 30 days.
Did you know that over 60 million Americans live in rural and frontier communities?
SHARE is now sharing patients results with MHC in a phased approach.
Transitions of care (TOC) refers to the movement of patients between healthcare providers, settings and home as their condition and care needs change. The State Health Alliance for Records Exchange (SHARE) is Arkansas’ only statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE). Connecting to HIE’s like SHARE can enable providers to work as a team by having consistent up to date information during transitions of care of their patient population.
On Friday October 19, 2019 SHARE attended and exhibited to 178 provider practices in Benton, Arkansas. Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) program. CPC+ is a national advanced primary care medical home model that aims to strengthen primary care through regionally-based multi-payer payment reform and care delivery transformation.
The pace of change in healthcare is rapid, and even more far reaching change may be on the way. Washington Regional realizes the importance of exceeding expectations for comprehensive healthcare services from birth through end of life care. Every plan they make, every action they implement, is driven by the desire for quality and is focused on the following central beliefs:
Located in Batesville, Arkansas, White River Health System is dedicated to providing advanced healthcare in North Central Arkansas through inpatient and outpatient services as well as community outreach. With two hospital campuses, one in Batesville and one in Mountain View plus outpatient care centers and clinic offices throughout the region, WRHS uses SHARE to assist in improving the quality of care for their patients.
Piggott Community Hospital strives to maximize its technology to better serve patients. They have introduced a computerized system to insure that tests can be interpreted with results back to doctors quicker. Their partnerships with UAMS and Baptist Health of Little Rock allows them to consult with specialists through telemedicine. With specialized cameras and specially trained staff, visual evaluation of cases is possible.