The MediSked Blog

New Conflict-Free Case Management Resource! 

Posted by Linda Nakagawa on Fri, Jan 19, 2018 @ 10:00 AM

1424.jpgEveryone is talking about conflict-free case management and states are taking very different approaches to maintain compliance with the national regulations that seek to move away from institutional care and increase the delivery of home and community-based services. This change is frequently accompanied by restructuring of organizations to prevent conflicts of interest. We created a new brief that provides an overview of conflict-free case management, including: 

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Tags: Compliance, Technology, Coordinate, Person-Centered Portal, Connect Exchange, 2018, Care Coordination

What You Need to Know About Interoperability

Posted by Linda Nakagawa on Wed, Aug 02, 2017 @ 11:00 AM

What is Interoperability? 
Interoperability is defined as the ability of systems and devices to exchange and interpret data. Many states use Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) which allow providers and patients to access and share electronic medical information. The real-time sharing of health information among an individual’s integrated care team, including providers, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, hospitals, and others, allows for a 360 degree view of a person’s history to improve outcomes, increase transparency and efficiency, and empower individuals. The ability to view social and human services data in tandem with medical information to provide care that is informed by all of an individual’s experiences.

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Tags: EHR, 2017, Connect Exchange, Interoperability

MediSked/ResCare Partnership: Implementation Kickoff in North Carolina

Posted by Linda Nakagawa on Mon, Apr 17, 2017 @ 10:41 AM

MediSked is excited about our new partnership with ResCare, Inc., one of the largest providers of community care in the United States. ResCare selected our integrated software suite to underpin its person centered model of care – delivering new tools to support workplace efficiency and job enhancement and to pursue continued advancements in safety, quality, and compliance so that people can live their best life.

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Tags: Provider Agencies, Connect, 2017, Connect Exchange