Collective Medical’s EDIE is a cloud-based, collaborative care
management tool that lets professionals coordinate care for high
utilizers — irrespective of hospital, emergency center, health
system or geographic boundary.
EDIE collects data from all EDs visited by a patient, packages
that data into actionable insights, and then delivers those
insights to ED clinicians via real-time notifications the instant
they are needed.
CURES Integration with Collective Medical Delivers
Real-time Insights Directly to Your Dashboard
California hospitals can now integrate data directly from the
California CURES database into emergency department
workflow—improving front-line decision making—using the
Collective Medical Platform.
The Collective Platform provides an ED-specific solution (called
EDie) that integrates with CURES—utilizing smart analytics to
connect patient records, sift through past prescriptions in
CURES, match against aliases, and pull relevant Schedule II-IV
prescriptions based on criteria validated by California
physicians. The Platform then sends data about these
prescriptions, any existing conditions, and any established care
guidelines as part of a one-page EDie notification directly to
the physician. No separate query. No external portal login. And
no workflow disruption.
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) has already
rolled out the CURES integration with EDie. Dr. Reb Close, a
CHOMP emergency physician, says that, with the integration, “I’m
able to feel a lot better about prescribing medications as an ER
doc, because I can now look at these records and see all of the
recent controlled medications and how many unique prescribers and
pharmacies my patient is currently visiting. Those, to me, are
game changing numbers.”
If your hospital is not on the Collective Platform, email Gabe
Waters at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If your hospital is already on the Collective Network, someone
from Collective will be in touch with you in the coming days to
help facilitate your CURES/EDie integration. Questions? Reach out
to Kyle Erb at email@example.com.
New regulations from the Centers for
Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) taking effect in
May 2021 require hospitals to share
their admission, discharge,
and transfer notifications and to ensure their
primary care and post-acute providers – anywhere in the country –
are notified about emergency department visits,
inpatient admissions, and other hospital-based
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