We are a non-profit organization that facilitates the electronic transfer of clinical information between disparate health information systems.
CRISP is excited to share a press release published in Business Wire regrading our plans to expand its Medicaid Redetermination Notification project.
Everyone over the age of 18 is encouraged to think about and document their values and treatment preferences in an electronic format. Learn more about planning and options for creating an electronic advance directive.
Review a press release from Medisolv regrading CRISP's partnership with them and the MDH to successfully receive eCQM data from MD hospitals.
Users can find all the information regarding Care Redesign and CRISP User Learning Collaborative Events in the CRISP learning system. User forums for key CRP programs are also available.
CRISP offers guidance on viewing COVID-19 test results, post-acute capacity data submissions, and additional COVID-19 resources.
MyDirectives is a program that makes it easy to create a state-of-the-art emergency advance care plan that will help you make your medical wishes known.
CRISP has various research programs set up with the aim of advancing the healthcare information sharing industry, and continually make a positive impact
Learn everything you need to know to get the most out of the CRISP HIE Platforms with these guides, tutorials, and educational materials.
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Get to know our policies better. CRISP has strict guidelines on who can access what data and for what purpose. Our use cases ensure that patient data remains safe.
The CRISP Portal is the primary platform utilized by CRISP participants, providing access to all HIE services:
CRISP Reporting Services (CRS) provides secure access to Maryland health care data and related analytics tools to assist health care organizations in improving patient care throughout the State.
CRS uses multiple data sources to offer a unique perspective on readmission rates, potentially avoidable utilization, and other critical measures. CRS products are approved by the Reporting and Analytics Committee, a subcommittee of the CRISP Board, and adhere to best practices in privacy and security.
With the HIE InContext platform, an EMR user can access patient information within their established workflows without ever needing to navigate directly to the ULP. This embedded application delivers relevant information consisting of lab results, prescription medications, and more.
CRISP is a regional health information exchange (HIE) serving Maryland and five other states through shared services partnerships. An HIE is a way of instantly sharing health information among doctors’ offices, hospitals, labs, radiology centers, and other healthcare organizations.
As non-profit organization advised by a wide range of stakeholders who are responsible for healthcare throughout the region, CRISP has been formally designated as Maryland’s statewide health information exchange by the Maryland Health Care Commission. Additionally, CRISP serves as the Health Data Utility (HDU) in Maryland. As an HDU, CRISP is committed to advancing technical capabilities to support electronic exchange of a variety of clinical and non-clinical data sets to strengthen population health and expand public health reporting.
The CRISP HIE network ensures you will receive the best and most efficient care possible by providing healthcare professionals with key information which will help them make quicker decisions and provide better treatments, resulting in more positive outcomes.