Every EHR can capture data for regulatory requirements, but that functionality is no longer enough.
As the health care industry undergoes major shifts, rehabilitation providers must look beyond software focused only within their niche market and seek out a trusted supplier that has the resources to offer broad healthcare applications that span the entire continuum of care.
The rehabilitation care models of the future are dependent on partnerships, advanced intelligence, analytics and patient engagement tools that will do a better job of providing information and predicting issues before there’s a real problem.
Our EHR solution features an industry-leading integration with Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR), as well as exports compatible with eRehabData, to facilitate workflows that help save time, and help reduce manual transcription errors.
Comprehensive workflows in the EHR help enhance the clinician and patient experience by supporting the needs of the entire care team including therapists, nurses, physicians, managers, coordinators and techs.
Advanced functionality enhances the user experience while supporting regulatory requirements for inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. Our solution is continually updated to adhere to regulatory changes and to best serve the our client organizations.
The PowerChart Rehabilitation EHR solution is built on the Millennium platform used by acute care, ambulatory and physician practices across the globe. It includes documentation tailored to the rehabilitative workflow, supporting all your clinical and PT, OT and SLP therapy needs.
Accurate documentation is critical to understanding the condition of the patients under your care. CareTracker enables caregivers to record daily documentation using iPads® and wall-mounted touch-screen kiosks. Complete documentation can help provide a precise picture of each patient’s true condition.
Cerner and Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR®) have created a centralized and standardized integration that helps improve workflows for inpatient rehabilitation facilities. Cerner clients can transmit their Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Patient Assessment Instrument (IRF-PAI) data and Functional Independence Measure (FIM) scores directly to UDSMR without manual exports or imports.
PowerChart Rehabilitation uses industry-standard communication protocols to integrate with various health care entities and health information exchanges. Share and receive many types of clinical information including electronic orders, results, clinical documents, immunizations and prescriptions and more.
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 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.
Clinicians and physicians can easily perform their workflows to deliver patient care and review information from other disciplines within Cerner Millennium. The solution offers individualized patient care plans and the ability to track and trend patient progress over time. Patient history, medications and previous encounters all reside in one system.
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."
"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."
"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."
"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."
"The accuracy and amount of documentation CareTracker allows us to collect now is amazing."
Our solution for assisted living helps providers eliminate the undesirable effects of paper documentation and helps identify when resident acuity levels change and decrease.
Our solution for developmental disabilities is designed to help service providers improve the lives of the people under their care.
Our home and community care solutions support the clinical, financial, administrative and management functions of Home Health while also enabling clinicians to review patient electronic medical records and provide documentation at the point-of-care.
Our solutions and platforms enable the free flow of information access across disparate system and health care entities improving data exchange and supporting an open collaborative development community shaping the way we make health care better.
We share a commitment with long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) providers to help make senior care management better than it is today.
Our programmable, comprehensive suite of population health solutions and services are designed to enable organizations to: know and predict what will happen within a population; engage the person, their family and the care team to take action; and manage outcomes to improve health and care.