Safety Net Connect (SNC), a provider of web-based healthcare solutions for organizations assisting underserved populations, has said that 21 hospitals are now linked with real-time exchange of census data by the eConnect system sponsored by LA Care Health Plan.
“Based on the outcomes of a successful pilot, we began rolling out the eConnect platform to the high-volume hospitals in our network in August of 2015,” said John Baackes, CEO of LA Care Health Plan.
“Engaging 21 institutions in just over a year is a true testament to the value of this kind of data in improving outcomes for our hospital providers. We’re excited to be able to provide a meaningful solution that overcomes common connectivity barriers between systems.”
Hospitals on the LA Care eConnect platform will send “real-time” alerts with Health Level-7 The company claims that Admit Discharge Transfer (HL7 ADT) real-time data exchange. The eConnect platform developed by SNC provides LA Care the ability for immediate interaction and intervention along with concurrent review and better care coordination, particularly for post-discharge management – improving quality of care while reducing avoidable readmissions.
“Timely access to actionable data is the essential goal of most any health information technology – but a lack of interoperability between systems and organizations often makes that goal challenging, if not impossible,” said Keith Matsutsuyu, CEO of SNC. “We’re honored to be part of a solution that fully delivers on the promise of HIT – for the provider, the payer and most importantly, the patient.”
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