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September 2021

Post date: 2021-09-29T15:40:02-05:00

The SHARE non-vaccinated Medicare report includes the Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC+) Medicare population. It includes a list of the provider’s attributed members (based on the CMS roster) that have not received any doses of the COVID19 Vaccine. 

These reports are sent out weekly on Thursdays to the same location where providers pick up their hospitalization and COVID vaccinated reports. We are hoping this report will be a tool for providers to contact the patient, provide education, and address any concerns they may have around receiving the COVID Vaccine.

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Post date: 2021-09-15T16:52:57-05:00
For a limited time, Arkansas Medicaid has increased the reimbursement rate for COVID19 Vaccination from $40 to $100.
In order to assist with increasing the Medicaid’s population COVID19 vaccination rate, SHARE has released the Unvaccinated Medicaid Report. This report alerts Medicaid providers on attributed patients that have not yet received a dose of the COVID19 vaccine. Reports are sent out weekly, on Wednesdays, via DirectTrust Secure Messaging and it includes Medicaid patient’s name, date of birth, and contact info. Primary care providers across the state are utilizing this new report to contact Medicaid patients, provide education, and address any concerns the patient may have around receiving a COVID19 Vaccine.
SHARE also continues to send out to providers a daily report of patients that have received COVID19 vaccination and a daily report to alert them if a patient tests positive for COVID19.
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Post date: 2021-09-14T10:33:53-05:00


  Little Rock, Arkansas September 14, 2021 – SHARE, the State Health Alliance for Records Exchange, announced today that LabCorp is now connected to its health information exchange (HIE), and as a result one of the largest medical laboratories is now participating in the network that links health care providers throughout the state.

Lab reports are vital for clinical decision making and are significant components of a patient’s longitudinal health record. Providers need quick access to results to develop treatment plans and better communicate with patients. LabCorp, the fastest growing lab in the U.S., is a progressive company that understands how health information exchange (HIE) supports providers as they coordinate care for patients.

Because of this commitment to enhancing patient care, LabCorp has connected its electronic systems to the SHARE HIE. Here in Arkansas, hospitals, physician practices, outpatient clinics and long-term care providers can now use their EHR connection to SHARE to access results from LabCorp. This is in addition to the lab results already being sent into the HIE by hospitals and clinics throughout Arkansas.

The nation’s leading medical labs and the hospital labs recognize that delivering patient results through a statewide electronic health information exchange not only helps improve patient care, but also helps keep the costs of technology low for providers,” says Anne Santifer, HIT Director, Office of Health Information Technology. “We appreciate LabCorp’s commitment to support the needs of both health care providers and patients in Arkansas.”

LabCorp’s connection to SHARE represents yet another milestone as the state of Arkansas continues to embrace HIE and all that it has to offer both providers and their patients.