Join NAHDO and 4medica for a Special Webinar
During this webinar, Jennifer D’Angelo will discuss how the New Jersey Health Information Network (NJHIN) is facilitating the exchange of Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) and other Continuity of Care Document (CCDs) data from its 71 hospitals throughout the state. Providers receive real-time alerts about their patients’ hospital events and follow-up to improve patient outcomes and reduce hospital readmissions.
During this session, Jennifer will profile the many reasons why State Health Data Organizations (HDOs) can benefit by connecting their data with their local HIEs and other health data exchange networks.
- Hospitals and large medical practices are generally connected to the state health information networks or through their HIEs (Health Information Exchanges), including state designated Regional Health Hubs. Others are connected directly through point-to-point relationships.
- Healthcare providers, including FQHCs and long-term post-acute care facilities access these organizations by receiving Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) hospital event alerts for their patients.
By bringing administrative and claims data together with clinical data, HDOs can provide actionable clinical insights and offer real-time patient-centric care to its connected communities.