Provider Alert 2017-12-07T10:51:22+00:00

Provider Alert


  • Immediate Communication Between Hospital and Care Community
  • Enhance Relationships and Extend Community Outreach
  • Reduce Re-Admission Rates
  • Lower Healthcare Costs
  • Promote Care Coordination
  • Significantly Increase Medicare Reimbursements

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Provider Alert is the Powerful, Flexible Solution for Transition of Care and Real-Time Access to Critical Patient Data

Provider Alert Summit Healthcare

Summit Provider Alert is a web and mobile-based solution that utilizes our powerful interoperability technology to provide real-time notifications of critical patient events as they happen, and facilitates communication and transition of care between hospital and providers. Provider Alert facilitates proactive notification and data exchange with in-network and out-of-network providers from a centralized, secure system. With this technology, you will eliminate re-admissions and see reduced costs to the hospital and the health care system as a whole, as clinical events and risk factors are transferred seamlessly to hospital staff, case managers and providers at, and even before, discharge.


Provider Alert is the Full-Featured Answer for Transition of Care

Summit Provider Alert’s features are powerful, flexible, and assist at all steps along the transition of care from hospital to primary care provider.  The Provider Alert technology includes a host of features including:

  • Easy to use, customizable web-based dashboard
  • Mobile capabilities
  • Real-time clinical data sharing and critical event notification
  • Subscription access to information
  • Rules based information distribution with audit trail
  • Supports all EMRs and versions of HL7
  • Text, email and direct notifications
  • TSL/SSL message transmission
  • Triggered identification of high-risk patients
  • Verified Medication Management
  • Perpetual Licensing

Provider Alert is Fast, Flexible, Secure and Easy to Use

The Summit Provider Alert technology is built to handle the various workflows of hospitals and providers.  The easy to use web and mobile-based dashboard is backed by a powerful rules-based engine that parses and routes communication and patient data to specific subscribed and permitted users in real-time.  The rules engine will identify patients at high risk for readmission and will alert care providers along the continuum of care for early post-acute follow-up.

Summit Provider Alert supports all versions of HL7, including FHIR, and bi-directional integration with physician office EMRs.  Using the Provider Alert Web and Provider Alert Rules Engine, a hospital can set access, subscriptions, preferences, and create an audit trail and can produce outputs for SMS text, email, secure text, and dashboard.  Physicians and clinical staff can easily search, filter, print and share clinical data saving time and cost, and preventing avoidable and potentially dangerous gaps in information.

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Summit Provider Alert Improves Outcomes Through Proactive Care


In the current healthcare landscape of increasing specialization of care and fragmented provider communications, re-admission of high-risk patients is all too prevalent.  Primary care providers, the best defenders against readmission, are not notified of critical patient events or discharge, or there are delays in or incomplete communication, leading to poor patient outcomes and escalating costs.  Studies show a patient that does not follow up with their primary doctor are ten times more likely to be readmitted than a patient who does.

Summit Provider Alert can solve these problems through proactive notification, communication and care coordination.  Clinical expense is reduced and better patient care is preserved using pre- and post-discharge communication and follow-up that supports the transition of care process.  Event-based notifications keep the primary care provider informed, and enhance the hospital-provider relationship.

Avoid Penalties and Payment Reductions and Increase Reimbursement Through Incentives and New Transition of Care Codes


As more and more studies show the enormous cost of avoidable readmission on the healthcare system, payments and payment models have shifted to deal with this issue.  Hospitals face penalties from CMS for readmissions, and the evolution of reimbursement models toward bundled payments, shared savings programs, or value-based contracts can all have a significant effect on the bottom line.  Meaningful Use criteria, ACA objectives and Medicare regulations have all put the responsibility for managing patient’s post-acute care squarely on the hospital.

With Summit Provider Alert, hospitals can not only avoid penalties or reductions in payments, but can also avail themselves of incentives and new codes, all designed to reduce readmission rates and improve the coordination of care.  CMS, in a recognition of the increased burden the hospitals bear, has introduced several new transition of care codes which Summit Provider Alert allows hospitals to easily attain.

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