Hospitals and health systems must comply with new Conditions of Participation (CoPs) set forth in the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule by May 1, 2021. CarePort offers a complete offering to identify and notify primary care physicians and physician groups, as well as post-acute care providers regarding patient hospital admissions, transfers and discharges. CarePort is uniquely positioned with a national network of providers and established workflows for sharing ADT information in real-time.
CarePort is fueled by robust data sources, leverages an established national network, and can integrate with any acute or post-acute EHR
CarePort can help your organization identify providers – at the point of registration and discharge. We manage the list of post-acute providers and physicians so you don’t have to.
Capture provider information two ways:
- Identify and capture physicians and PACs directly in the EMR at point of care through CarePort’s embedded selection tool
- Capture providers upon admission and send to CarePort through ADT interface
Transfers and referrals
- Automatic real-time notifications
- National database managed and updated by CarePort ensuring seamless identification for established care providers
CarePort provides electronic notifications for all providers through our platform or via direct message.
Ability to notify 100K+ PACs: CarePort is integrated directly into existing workflow and systems of post-acute providers nationwide.
Proven system for physician notifications: Ability to notify 1.2 million direct-enabled providers on ONC-certified EHRs.
Manage alerting functionality: Reduce alert fatigue and improve patient follow through with tailored, real-time alerts on all admissions, discharges and transfers.