Ai’s Encounter Notification Service® (ENS®) is used by health information organizations and hospital associations to unite primary care providers, payers and others accountable for coordinating care for patients by providing access to clinical summaries in real-time. ENS is a cost-effective communication solution that bridges the gap between care teams, resulting in more efficient transfers of care, and leads to reduced readmissions.
Since 2013 the application has delivered actionable patient data to eight states and the District of Columbia (through seven HIOs, and one hospital association). Ai’s ENS powers CRISP’s Encounter Notification System, WVHIN’s Encounter Notification Service, FLHIE’s Event Notification Service, DHIN’s Encounter Notification System, HSX’s ENShare, Tennessee Hospital Association’s ConnecTN, Minnesota Department of Human Services’ Encounter Alert Service, Manifest Medex’ MX Notify.
ENS Helps Organizations:
Improve Care Coordination
Clinicians and care managers can receive timely ENS notifications about hospitalizations, act promptly, and direct patients to the most appropriate care settings.
Optimize Financial Performance
ENS’ ability to improve care coordination and reduce avoidable utilization is necessary to achieve your financial goals under value-based contracting—bundles, ACOs, PCMH programs—or through enhancing Transitional Care Management (TCM) revenue
Meaningful Use Compliance
Enables the automatic routing of discharge summaries from hospitals in a manner compliant with MU requirements for Transitions of Care.
Reduce Avoidable Utilization
Whether you are a PCP who needs to know when, where, and why a patient is hospitalized, or a treating physician who needs insight into a patient’s relationships, ENS enables the necessary engagement to make proper clinical decisions and dispositions
Improve Patient Satisfaction
ENS notifications improve communications, and streamline workflows between care providers and case team managers – this leads to greater patient engagement and satisfaction.