The Active Care Relationship Service®

The Active Care Relationship Service® (ACRS® – pronounced “acres”) connects a patient’s electronic health information with the providers “actively caring” for the patient as well as with the payers covering the cost of the patient’s care. This connection improves transitions of care coordination and enables physicians and care management teams to receive notifications when there are updates in a patient’s status. The Active Care Relationship Service (ACRS) enables organizations to identify patient-provider attributions (called active care relationships) associating a particular patient with health providers at that organization. For health providers, an active care relationship indicates a patient has been seen by a health provider within the past 24 months, or is considered part of the health providers active patient population they are responsible for managing. For payers, an active care relationship indicates a patient is an eligible member of a health plan. These attributions are used to accurately route transitions of care and other notifications for a patient to all members of their care team.

https://www.healthit.gov/techlab/ipg/node/4/submission/1691




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