Seamlessly manage transitions of care
Studies have shown that one third of primary care physicians are never notified when their patients are admitted to the hospital. To exacerbate matters, patients who don’t receive follow-up care from their primary physicians within 30 days of discharge are 10 times more likely to be readmitted to the hospital.1
Our ADT Data solution addresses these challenges by providing risk-bearing entities such as payers, ACOs, and providers in value-based care arrangements with admission, discharge, and transfer (ADT) alerts from a nationwide network of hospitals. With this real-time information, providers and payers can strengthen care coordination, reduce readmission rates, and improve patient outcomes.
With our ADT Data you can access:
- Detailed HL7 ADT encounter data via hospitals nationwide
- Configurable alerts delivered via SMS and/or email
- Insights into utilization patterns such as high ED and readmission risk
Built for better care coordination
ADT data use-cases
Real-time ADT notifications are essential to improving communication between providers and payers. Use ADT Data to seamlessly manage transitions of care for each patient and reduce readmission risk.
Use ADT Data to provide timely and informed care and increase reimbursements for quality services. Combined with Health Gorilla’s clinical and medication data solutions, ADT Data allows providers to better understand patients’ care journeys.
Healthcare overutilization leads to excessive costs and compromises patient safety.2 With ADT Data, monitor patients’ utilization patterns and identify “frequent users” of the system and intervene as needed.
Secure and trusted
We’re HITRUST R2 certified, which means that we successfully manage cybersecurity risks by exceeding industry-defined information security requirements.
SOC 2 Type 2
SOC 2 Type 2 is a stamp of approval on our controls relevant to data security, availability, processing, integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.
Complying with applicable health data laws, including HIPAA, is ingrained in our culture, processes, and staff training.