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Health Information Exchange – CCO
For Healthcare Providers

Would having instant access to your patients’ health information — history, treatment, medications and progress — from all of their providers help you make better decisions for their care?

Coordinated Care Oklahoma (CCO) was founded to improve healthcare outcomes. CCO helps medical providers coordinate with other members of a patient’s healthcare team, by providing

real-time, aggregated, and complete records enabling better informed decisions. This puts powerful, life-saving information at your fingertips — when and where you need it. Sign up now to become a participant in CCO.

Or, … ask us to Schedule a Demo.

CCO: Security & mindfulness of patient privacy.

 

 

WHAT IS A HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE?

Coordinated Care Oklahoma is a Health Information Exchange (HIE).

Health information exchanges (HIEs) are entities that bring together health care stakeholders generally within a defined geographic area and govern the electronic sharing of health information among them for the purpose of improving health and care in that community. The fundamental concept behind creating HIEs is that the ability to exchange health information electronically is critical to the efforts to improve the delivery of care in the United States.

HIE’s are an important part of the health information technology infrastructure. Coordinated Care Oklahoma, includes large public and private hospitals; community health centers, ambulatory care centers, clinics, and non-hospital residential facilities such as rehabilitation centers and long-term care facilities in it’s network.

CCO’s List of Member Providers

We welcome the opportunity to demonstrate our dynamic, and user friendly healthcare solution that will save you time & costs. Contact us today to request a demo.

For a complete listing of the organizations we serve, click the links below:
DO YOU WANT TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF CARE?

Participation in CCO offers many potential gains in care quality and efficiency. Medical organizations and medical professionals who become members in CCO achieve connectivity to electronic health records (EHRs), health summaries for continuity of care, clinical decision support tools, and more.

CCO facilitates coordinated patient care across its network.

Being a member helps reduce duplicative treatments and avoid costly mistakes. Direct benefits include:

  • Improve patient safety by reducing medication
    and medical errors
  • Increase efficiency by eliminating unnecessary
    paperwork and handling
  • Provide caregivers with clinical decision
    support tools for effective care and treatment
  • Engage healthcare consumers regarding their
    own personal health information
  • Improve public health reporting and
    monitoring
  • Improve healthcare quality and outcomes
  • Eliminate redundant or unnecessary testing,
    and; Reduce health related costs.
CONNECTING MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR BETTER CARE AND SMARTER OUTCOMES

As one of the region’s most celebrated and advanced health information exchanges (HIEs), Coordinated Care Oklahoma is proud to serve health systems, hospitals, physician practices and labs in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Missouri, and Arkansas.

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For a complete listing of the organizations we serve, click the links below:
CCO AND MEANINGFUL USE?

The Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs provide financial incentives for healthcare providers to “meaningfully use” certified electronic health records (EHRs) to achieve healthcare quality and healthcare efficiency goals.

The EHR Incentive Program was created as a result of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009, allowing eligible professionals and eligible hospitals to qualify for Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments of up to $63,750 each.

Requirements for incentive payments are being implemented over a multi-year period, phasing in additional requirements for IT and quality objectives in later years (i.e., Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3 Meaningful Use).

 

CCO AND TRANSITIONS OF CARE

Transitions of care — sometimes called patient handoffs — are vital steps taken to help patients achieve long-term health care outcomes, and avoid complications in healthcare. Some estimates suggest that up to 80% of serious medical errors occur when patients are transferred – either between facilities or between providers at the same facility.

Risks are most high during patient transitions of care. Because patients are at their most vulnerable during this transition, it’s even more important that providers on both ends of the transition communicate accurately, and effectively.

CCO gives providers instant access to accurate and up-to-date patient information that enhances care plans and treatment delivery. Providers can see real-time details on lab tests and treatments. This information also can be pulled into care summary documents that can accompany the patient upon transition, and at every step in their healthcare journey.

Care summaries, or continuity of care documents created within CCO’s online system can be sent back and forth between providers. CCO provides health professionals with the tools they need to view, share, and use accurate and timely patient medical records.

  • “For a care setting like ours, what really matters for our patients, is for the right information to be at the right place and at the right time, CCO has proven to be an extraordinary action step so that the best care can be delivered at the right time as well as at the right place.”

    BRANDY BAILEY Pace Director, Valir Health

  • “Knowing our patients whereabouts in advance; Hospital, facility, provider, etc. As well as their clinical background, makes a dramatic difference for achieving a successful trail of care delivery. All of this by being connected with a service that strives at benefitting their long-term goals."

    Dr. DAVID ROTHWELL, MD Post Acute Care Medical Director, PARCway

  • “The potential for CCO to reduce cost and improve quality in our ambulatory primary care practice is a well-recognized fact among all colleagues and co-workers. To me what is much more meaningful is the familiarity with the patient’s clinical elements that allow me to more accurately treat and cure. This illustrates the true value of a health information exchange, and in my experience most patients agree."

    MEREDITH ROWLAND, NP YSHC

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