SHARE Value and Benefits to Hospitals
- The hospital referral network is able to securely communicate between providers using SHARE’s Direct Trust Secure Messaging to send Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs). View our secure messaging certification here.
- Hospitals use SHARE to send Immunizations, Syndromic Surveillance Data, Electronic Laboratory Reporting, Cancer Reporting to Arkansas Department of Health which assists with Promoting Interoperability Criteria Public Health Reporting (listed below).
- SHARE assists hospitals in meeting Health Information Exchange Promoting Interoperability Criteria (listed below) by providing a summary of care record/Continuity of Care Document (CCD) for hospital transition of care (TOC) or referral.
- Hospital referral clinics connected to SHARE are able to see the longitudinal record of a patient that was seen by other facilities throughout the State.
- Hospital providers are able to access a patient record through the Virtual Health Record to view patient summaries and results – (query-based exchange) or query SHARE for your patients’ results- CCDs (Query and Response using xds.b or xca protocol).
- Clinics throughout the State will receive a daily report from SHARE-connected hospitals. The clinics participating in Arkansas Medicaid Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)/value-based programs receive daily reports when a patient is admitted and discharged from the Emergency Departments and/or an Inpatient admission. These daily reports are sent in real-time to clinic care coordinators in their email.
Data Types Sent/Received
- Admission, Discharge and Transfers (ADT)
- Radiology Reports
- Transcribed Documents
- Laboratory Reports
SHARE Sending to Referral Partners
SHARE receives CCD/HL-7 messages from hospitals. CCD/HL-7 messages include ADT’s, Radiology Reports, Laboratory Reports, and Transcribed Documents. Transcribed documents include discharge summaries and progress notes and other reports that support clinics around Arkansas.
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Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program
The Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program provides objectives and measures for eligible hospitals, critical access hospitals and dual-eligible hospitals.