Connecting you to CurrentCare services.
An Emerging Standard of Care for all providers
Both the CurrentCare Viewer and CurrentCare Hospital Alerts provide access to critical information that improves patient care, avoids delays in care and helps you better manage medications. Short-term, CurrentCare optimizes efficiency, which enables you to see more patients, and it’s given rise to innovations in data delivery – available now – that enable you to more effectively treat the whole patient.
CurrentCare gives you a unique perspective, providing critical data which may not be readily available in your EHR and alerts and notifications unavailable anywhere else.
In his February 24, 2014 letter to RI healthcare providers, Dr. Michael Fine, former Director of the RI Department of Health, enthusiastically expressed his support of CurrentCare as an “emerging standard of care.” Click here to read Dr. Fine’s letter.
CurrentCare at work.
RI-REC works closely with CurrentCare to help providers quickly access more complete information on their patients and coordinate care across settings. All REC members have access to CurrentCare’s free services:
The CurrentCare Viewer
The CurrentCare Viewer is a Web-based portal that provides up-to-date clinical information for consented patients from CurrentCare’s data-sharing partners. Patients' records include lab test results, medication history, imaging results, and information about physician, hospital and emergency room visits. The CurrentCare Viewer gives providers access to a rapidly expanding clinical data base where practices can access a patient’s latest health history to help make best possible decisions at the point of care.
CurrentCare Hospital Alerts
Hospital Alerts provides real time notification to primary care providers and care teams when a patient is admitted to, discharged from, or transferred within an emergency department or hospital. Hospital Alerts allows for timely follow-up care that can help improve outcomes, reduce costly re-admissions, and strengthen the patient-provider relationship.
CurrentCare Alerts Subscription
Both primary care providers and specialists can subscribe to Alerts for specific patients for whom they’d like to receive CurrentCare Alerts.
CurrentCare Telehealth Alerts
Telehealth Alerts are available to providers by subscription. These alerts allow a visiting nurse to monitor information from a patient’s Telehealth-equipped device and transmit Telehealth Reports to CurrentCare via Direct email.
CurrentCare receives patient encounter information from individual practice EHRs, providing all members of the care team access to their patients’ latest health histories through the CurrentCare Viewer. We can help you determine if your practice’s EHR can share data with CurrentCare.
Refer to our CurrentCare Resources page.