CarePort Transition

Create, manage and send post-acute referrals embedded directly within your EHR

Extend and complement Epic care management functionality

Access a hosted national database and create a referral from the patient record.

  • Streamline creating, sending and managing post-acute referrals directly within Epic for a more efficient care transition process
  • Seamlessly incorporate clinical data into the referral packet with flexible integration offerings
  • Receive email notifications and alerts on all referral activity, including acceptances and declines
  • View available information such as quality and resource use measures, preferred provider networks, clinical services, accepted insurances, photos and more
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Streamline transitions of care

  • Avoid re-educating the post-acute community on a new referral process
  • Receive online responses in 24 minutes on average from CarePort's connected post-acute network
  • Engage patients and families in selecting high-quality care
  • Reduce the manual burden of phone calls and faxes with post-acute providers
Overview : blog post

Discharge Planning Requirements of the IMPACT Act of 2014

On September 30, CMS finalized discharge planning requirements of the long-awaited IMPACT Act of 2014. Among other requirements, the core component of the final rule mandates that hospitals share quality and resource use measures about skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, inpatient rehabilitation facilities and long-term care hospitals with patients and their families as part of the discharge planning process. Sharing quality information with patients and their families during the transition to the post-acute setting empowers them to make informed decisions about their care.

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