Knowing the most current information regarding your patients is important. SHARE Daily Reports make available to healthcare providers the most recent critical events with patients within the last 24 hours regardless of insurance payers. Our Daily Reports make available to healthcare providers the most recent critical events with patients within the last 24 hours regardless of insurance payers. Our Daily Reports are a data service that make updates available to healthcare providers when a patient is:
- Admitted to an emergency department
- Discharged from an emergency department
- Transferred from outpatient to inpatient
- Discharged from an inpatient encounter
Access to this timely information can be used to;
- Improve care management and coordination for patients or members
- Prevent hospital readmissions
- Improve disease management
- Inform quality improvement
- Help healthcare providers pinpoint areas for improving outcomes
- Assist in containing costs
Simply provide us with a patient attribution list and we return to you a daily report over the last 24 hours if your patient has had an event at your local hospital, see sample report.
Through direct secure messaging, we can notify you when patients are hospitalized or visit an emergency department. Contact us today: [email protected]!
The 90-day readmission notification project allows hospitals to receive a secure message notification when a patient that discharged from their facility, was readmitted into any SHARE participating hospital within a 90-day timeframe.
In order for a facility to participate and receive 90-day readmission notifications they must send ADT (Admit, Discharge and Transfer) data to SHARE. SHARE uses very specific message types in order for the facility to receive the information they want without a lot of outliers. The following message types are used:
- A01 – Admit a Patient
- A02 – Transfer a Patient
- A03 – Discharge a Patient
- A06 – Transfer an Outpatient to Inpatient
Below is a sample message to illustrate how the email notifications will look.
What measures are included in the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program?
CMS uses the excess readmission ratio (ERR) to assess hospital performance. The ERR measures a hospital’s relative performance and is the ratio of predicted-to-expected readmissions. CMS calculate an ERR for each condition and procedure included in the program:
- Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI)
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Heart Failure (HF)
- Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) Surgery
- Elective Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty and/or Total Knee Arthroplasty (THA/TKA)
HRRP doesn’t include the Hospital-Wide All-Cause Readmission (HWR) measure, which is included in the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program.
Below is a sample message to illustrate how the email notifications will look. Ask a SHARE expert how to begin!