CRISP HIE SERVICES

Clinical Query Portal

The CRISP Portal is a free tool available to clinical staff. As clinical information is created and shared with CRISP, it is made accessible in real time to participating health care providers through the CRISP Portal.

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Encounter Notification Service (ENS)

ENS enables physicians to receive real-time alerts when a patient is hospitalized.

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Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)

The PDMP monitors the prescribing and dispensing of drugs that contain controlled dangerous substances (CDS).

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DIRECT Messaging

CRISP DIRECT Messaging is a secure and encrypted e-mail service that supports electronic communication between physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other healthcare providers.

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CQM Aligned Population Health Reporting (CAliPHR) Tool

CAliPHR is a tool designed to give Eligible Providers (EPs) the ability to meet the clinical quality measurement requirements of federal and state incentive, as well as value-based programs. The tool allows providers to calculate and report clinical quality measures (CQMs), which are tools used to ensure that health care providers are delivering effective, safe, and timely care to patients.

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Single Sign-On (SSO)

SSO is a CRISP feature implemented to enable quicker and more efficient access to the query portal through an organization’s EHR. SSO enables clinical staff to click a single button inside their EHR to pull up that patient’s medical record.

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CRISP Reporting Service (CRS)

CRS offers a suite of reports made available to credentialed users on a secure portal and in Tableau, a data visualization tool. CRS provides information intended to enhance the coordination and measurement of patient care throughout the state.

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Ambulatory Integration

Ambulatory Integration is the connection of a medical practice’s electronic health record (EHR) system with CRISP to facilitate the electronic access and exchange of patient information between providers via the Integrated Care Network.

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Meaningful Use Resources

The Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs provide a financial incentive for the “Meaningful Use” of certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) technology to achieve health and efficiency goals.

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DOC HALO

CRISP has partnered with DOC HALO to provide you with a FREE secure texting solution. You can now communicate in real time with providers across the state of Maryland to support care coordination, and receive encounter notifications on your smart phone.

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CRISP Research Initiative

CRISP is beginning to make HIE data available to researchers participate in CRISP and who have gone through a rigorous approval process. Our first uses will be for studies on people who have enrolled in a research study and have agreed to give researchers access to their data through CRISP.

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Image Exchange

Image Exchange allows providers to access zero-footprint, diagnostics quality images for their patients through the CRISP Clinical Query Portal.Providers can log in and view multiple images from all participating sites in a single viewing session eliminating the need to import and export images on CDs. Additionally, in an emergency participating hospitals can publish images ahead of a read report for specialists to view and aid in triage and treatment decisions.

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CRISP Quality Improvement

As the state-designated health information exchange for Maryland and HIE service provider for Washington, DC, West Virginia, and the Mid-Atlantic region, CRISP works to support various uses of the clinical data flowing through the health information exchange. On May 31st, 2018, The CRISP Clinical Advisory Board approved a use case for CRISP-mediated data to be made available to participating organizations for Quality Improvement (QI) studies as defined under HIPAA.

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  • 30864

    Portal Users

  • 2042

    ENS Users

  • 424

    CRS Users

  • 16563

    SSO Users