Chances are most of your patients see more than one physician, take several medications, and get lab tests done at several locations—making it difficult to coordinate their care.
CurrentCare provides online access to the most up-to-date health information from multiple sources for your enrolled patients.
Why should I enroll my patients in CurrentCare?
CurrentCare delivers services that can save you time and lead to better clinical outcomes for your patients. Your patients must be enrolled in CurrentCare for you to benefit from the following:
- Access to the CurrentCare Viewer, which allows you to view your enrolled patients’ most up-to-date health information in one place—including pre-existing conditions, allergies, prescription medication use, and clinical test results collected from multiple sources.
- CurrentCare Hospital Alerts, which sends you a secure email message (through Direct Messaging) with a Continuity of Care document (CCD) when an enrolled patient is admitted to, or discharged from, a participating hospital in Rhode Island.
- Increased efficiency; eliminating the need for redundant diagnostic tests and treatments saves you time. You and your staff also will spend less time phoning and faxing to gather updated information before a patient visit.
- Hospital emergency department caregivers will have access to your patients’ medical history.
- Your practice will receive $3.00 per successful enrollment.
- Your patients will appreciate the increased use of health information technology in your practice and can have confidence in the privacy and security of their health information.
Read about one small practice and its reasons for enrolling their patients in CurrentCare.