Top
Medication Reconciliation – MiHIN
fade
4888
page-template-default,page,page-id-4888,mkdf-bmi-calculator-1.0,mkd-core-1.0,wellspring-ver-1.2,mkdf-smooth-scroll,mkdf-smooth-page-transitions,mkdf-ajax,mkdf-grid-1300,mkdf-blog-installed,mkdf-header-standard,mkdf-fixed-on-scroll,mkdf-default-mobile-header,mkdf-sticky-up-mobile-header,mkdf-dropdown-default,mkdf-search-dropdown,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.12,vc_responsive

Medication Reconciliation

Medication Reconciliation

Admission, Discharge, Transfer (ADT) notifications are widely regarded as a keystone to improving patient care coordination through health information exchange. ADT notifications are sent when a patient is admitted to a hospital, transferred to another facility, or discharged from the hospital. Notifications are then sent to update physicians and care management teams on a patient’s status, thus improving post-discharge transitions, prompting follow-up, improving communication among providers, and supporting patients with multiple or chronic conditions.

 

ADT notifications also support the identification of patients who are frequent or high users of the health care system. This allows providers to steer those patients toward clinical and non-clinical interventions, reducing unnecessary overutilization by preventing avoidable emergency department visits and hospital readmissions.

 

The Admission-Discharge-Transfer Notifications use case supports sending notifications on the status of patients’ care transitions to every care team member interested in that patient.

 

Documents for this use case are shown below. For any questions regarding these documents, please contact us.

 

Use Case Summary:

 

Admission-Discharge-Transfer Notifications Use Case Summary

 

Use Case Implementation Guide:

 

Admission-Discharge-Transfer Notifications Use Case Implementation Guide

Scenarios in this Use Case

The Discharge Medication Reconciliation use case leverages the Active Care Relationship Service, notifying the appropriate providers when there are changes to a consumer’s medication status.

The Discharge Medication Reconciliation use case leverages the Active Care Relationship Service, notifying the appropriate providers when there are changes to a consumer’s medication status.

The Discharge Medication Reconciliation use case leverages the Active Care Relationship Service, notifying the appropriate providers when there are changes to a consumer’s medication status.