Reimagine Health and Improve Outcomes Through 2022 and Beyond!
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We want to share our latest technology upgrades and the value of our data exchange platform to help you achieve your 2022 healthcare objectives. Contact us to learn more.
We’re focused on improving healthcare delivery. The SES nationwide bi-directional health data exchange platform aligns with the goals of the 21st Century Cures Act and the ONC and CMS regulations aimed at allowing free-flowing information to help your organization surpass your goals. Our product suite benefits all healthcare stakeholders including patients, providers, health plans, and solution partners.
Solution Suite Highlights:
- SES Direct enables interoperable clinical exchange by delivering information directly into the EMR system to expedite the exchange of critical information across the healthcare ecosystem.
- SES Notify, our real-time alerting platform, delivers ADT Notifications that align with the Event Notifications via the Direct™ Standard sending alerts across a broad network of hospitals, ambulatory and specialty practices, behavioral health, and post-acute care facilities, as well as Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), public health organizations, and health plans.
- SES Notify also bridges fax to Direct exchange to close gaps in care, while facilitating referrals, prior authorization, and member care alerts.
- SES Fetch and SES SPOT offer query, retrieval, and automated insights for improved quality and accelerated authorization.
On Tuesday, March 15 SHARE Arkansas discussed how integrated clinical data exchange services advance interoperability between providers and health plans.
HIMSS Session ID: 32, Extending Statewide HIE Collaboration With ADT Notifications, presented by Anne Santifer and Justin Villines.
The session highlighted SES technologies and the proven results they deliver for healthcare organizations. In addition, attendees learned how health information exchanges (HIEs) and the integrated services they provide help advance interoperability between providers and health plans, ensuring providers and care teams are informed on the status of their patients, while also advancing clinical data exchange processes that reduce the burden of tedious, time-consuming tasks.