CSS Health Announces Launch of CCD Integration
CSS Health has partnered with the Rio Grande Valley HIE to launch new CCD integration in a leap towards interoperability
BUFFALO, N.Y., October 6, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Clinical Support Services, Inc., a leading provider of Medication Therapy Management solutions, is excited to announce the launch of their Continuity of Care Document (CCD) Integration.
CCD Integration moves CSS and MTMPathTM significantly along the interoperability path. With the new CCD Integration functionality, clinicians using the MTMPathTM platform can now integrate with any physician or hospital electronic record system to consume CCD documents and effortlessly build a patient profile for medication management review.
- Allows for robust therapy gap identification
- Reduces the administrative burden of data entry and maximizes valuable pharmacist time
- Allows clinic-based pharmacists to significantly scale their medication management efforts over large populations of patients
To launch its CCD Integration capability, CSS has partnered with the Rio Grande Valley HIE. Rio Grande Valley HIE aggregates CCDs from its partner clinic organizations. Clinicians located at partner facilities can request a medication review by a clinic pharmacist using the MTMPathTM platform by submitting a CCD transmission request. The CCD request routes a CCD from Rio Grande Valley HIE to MTMPathTM where it is consumed and a patient profile is prepared with demographic, medication, diagnosis and lab data for medication management review.
“We are excited that our new offering will allow providers to efficiently share meaningful patient information, improving a pharmacist’s ability to perform effective medication therapy evaluations,” said Leslie Lotano-Saba, Clinical Support Services’ COO.
ABOUT CLINICAL SUPPORT SERVICES, INC:
CSS was founded in 1999 and currently employs more than 50 clinicians, IT professionals, Account Executives and Operations personnel to serve our expanding client base which includes entities responsible for paying the cost of members’ pharmacy and medical services.
We have expanded our product line to serve a wide variety of health care providers seeking to provide Medication Therapy Management (MTM) and to support new delivery models in an era of healthcare reform. To learn more about CSS, please visit our website at www.csshealth.com.
Jacob Woodward, VP of Product
Clinical Support Services, Inc.
Source: Clinical Support Services, Inc.