PowerChart Rehabilitation is a true enterprise solution that helps rehabilitation organizations of any size consolidate patient health information into a single person-centered electronic health record. Our rehabilitation electronic health record is built on the same Millennium platform that is used by acute care, ambulatory and physician practices across the globe. By utilizing an integrated clinical and financial solution, coordinating patient care, communication and collaboration becomes easier for the care team.
Workflows are tailored specifically to therapy, nursing and physician functions, enhancing both the clinician and patient experience while helping measure patient outcomes and organizational metrics. This allows for better coordination of treatments and helps you provide patients with the best care possible.
PowerChart Rehabilitation uses industry standard communication protocols to integrate with various health care entities and with local, regional and national Health Information Exchanges. Our interoperable solutions allow you to connect securely with outside organizations to share information and collaborate electronically with other care providers. Share many types of clinical information including electronic orders, results, clinical documents, immunizations and prescriptions and more.
Cerner and Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR) have signed a collaborative agreement to advance technology in the rehabilitation market with a centralized and standardized integration between their solutions designed to improve workflows for inpatient rehabilitation facilities.
This standardized integration allows Cerner client health care systems to transmit their Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Patient Assessment Instrument (IRF-PAI) data and Functional Independence Measure (FIM) scores directly to UDSMR without having to manually export or import their information through separate tools.
This comprehensive tool facilitates the creation, submission and analysis of the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Patient Assessment Instrument (IRF-PAI) required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The IRF-PAI leverages patient data to calculate and determine scores for submission to UDSMR and eRehab.
Our rehabilitation solution helps organizations remain regulatory compliant with outpatient functionally to support the reporting of G-Codes, Certification Letters, and Progress Notes with alerts and face-up tracking. Our solution also manages therapy authorizations for both Medicare and private payors with the ability to track dollars, visits, or dates of service.
Experience smooth integration between clinical and financial information, including the ability to track insurance authorizations and regulatory documentation compliance. Our Revenue Cycle integration helps rehabilitation organizations navigate the billing process with the goal of getting the right claims to the right place at the right time.
“Some of the reasons to go with Cerner …would be Cerner’s experience with rehabilitation facilities, and their willingness to listen and provide assistance, areas of improvement, areas where we think we can take this to the next level."
— Michael Wolk, Allied Services Rehabilitation Hospital
“We really love the integration between Cerner and Uniform Data System (UDS) for the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Patient Assessment Instrument (IRF-PAI). It is a huge time saver."— Imelda Marrero, Clinical Informatics Analyst at Medical Center Hospital
Having all the information at our fingertips is extremely important. When I… go in to review a patient’s chart, I can get past medical history; I can get past medications; I can get past any admissions prior to what I am seeing them for today.”
— Nami Stone, DPT, Clinical Rehabilitation Manager at Lawrence Memorial Hospital
“Providing one integrated platform, instead of several disparate digital systems and paper records, will help enable our health care providers to improve the delivery of effective, personalized rehabilitation services to our patients”
— James Sok, CEO, Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Hanover
Cerner announced a collaborative agreement with Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR) to advance technology in the rehabilitation market, beginning with the development of a centralized and standardized integration between their solutions designed to improve workflows for inpatient rehabilitation facilities.
A health care organization’s most vulnerable patients are often those that undergo a transition to and from multiple care sites. There are lots of opportunities for mistakes when transferring between venues of care, which can lead to adverse outcomes for the patient and the organization – including unnecessary rehospitalization. This is a mounting concern for hospitals and other acute care facilities, which are in the process of adjusting as the industry shifts from fee-based to value-based reimbursement models.
Rocky Mountain Care, HealthSouth, Compass Health and Truman Medical Centers Lakewood will share more insight during the panel education session at Cerner’s annual health care conference on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 12:30pm. Cerner Health Conference is scheduled for Nov. 14-17, in Kansas City, Missouri.
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