The new CMS Rule’s purpose is to support seamless and secure access, exchange, and use of electronic health information. More specifically, hospitals, including Psychiatric Hospitals and Critical Access Hospitals, are required to send electronic event notifications of a patient’s admission, discharge, and/or transfer to another healthcare facility or to another community provider or practitioner. Hospitals must have a solution in place by May 1st or risk losing certification and reimbursements.
During this presentation we provide a brief introduction to Summit’s new Automation Services offering: a consultative evaluation of your business processes along with the utilization of Summit Healthcare’s Robotics Process Automation (RPA) solutions and staff expertise to provide time and cost saving solutions.
We also discuss a variety of use cases demonstrating how RPA has benefitted different departments throughout the healthcare organizations we work with – and most importantly how it can benefit yours!
The staff at Summit has been helping a number of clients work through some complex reporting and integration challenges using the Summit Exchange Interface Engine paired with Summit’s RPA tools. We’ll provide a high level overview of the solutions, as well as spend a majority of the time talking through some of these COVID-related integration use cases and solutions that can be replicated in your integration landscape.
Introducing Summit Healthcare’s newest solution: Summit All Access. Summit All Access is the latest in interoperability and data access, offering a one-stop-shop for strategically managing data, 24×7, throughout your hospital and entire healthcare community.
Take a closer look at the new and improved Summit downtime solution – offering more robust capabilities, improved access to real-time patient data, and now featuring a Web Enabled platform allowing access from any location or device!