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ACP Genesis Registry will help physicians meet Meaningful
Use requirements and improve quality of care
Philadelphia, January 14, 2014 -- The American College of
Physicians, athenahealth, Inc., and CECity are collaborating to
create a health data exchange integration and quality reporting
service to connect physicians with data registries and help them
satisfy Meaningful Use specialized registry requirements while
improving patient care.
"Participating physician practices will be able to easily
transmit data from athenaClinicals, athenahealth's web-based
electronic health record, at no additional cost, to ACP Genesis
Registry through ImpaQt Gateway, CECity's clinical quality data
gateway," said Michael S. Barr, MD, MBA, FACP, who leads ACP's
Division of Medical Practice. "This will eliminate the need for
duplicate data entry and custom reporting, reducing the burden on
ACP Genesis Registry will accept data from athenaClinicals
initially -- and other EHRs in the future -- and provide
participating practices with continuous feedback reports presented
through online performance monitors. Each monitor offers practices
a user-friendly view of their performance results compared to
national benchmarks, benchmarks established by ACP, as well as peer
comparators, and a custom analysis of their measure gaps. Linked
opportunities to drive improvement and close performance gaps are
available, which include population health and patient care
management tools, targeted education, resources and other
evidence-based interventions from CECity's society, academic, and
quality improvement research partners.
Access to ACP Genesis Registry, performance monitors,
improvement resources and social learning networks will be offered
to participating athenahealth providers through CECity's MedConcert
portal, a social cloud-based performance improvement platform.
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group in the United States. ACP members include 137,000 internal
medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and
medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists who
apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis,
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athenahealth is a leading provider of cloud-based services for
electronic health record (EHR), practice management, and care
coordination. athenahealth's mission is to be caregivers' most
trusted service, helping them do well doing the right thing. For
more information, please visit www.athenahealth.com.
About CECityCECity is the health care
industry's leading cloud-based provider of social enterprise
platforms and services that address the "3 Ps" driven by healthcare
reform: Pay for Value Reporting, Performance Improvement, and
Professional Certification. CECity combines its unique registry and
analytics platform with education and improvement interventions
from world-class partners, to help all stakeholders answer the most
important question, "How Do We Improve?" Leading organizations
across healthcare, including physician practices, ACOs, health
systems, health plans, pharmacies, certifying boards, professional
societies and academic medical centers, count on CECity to power
their high stake solutions for performance improvement, registries,
professional development, Maintenance of Certification, medication
adherence, care coordination, population health informatics and
MedConcert is the first multi-tenant social network for continuous
performance improvement and lifelong learning. Through MedConcert,
healthcare professionals and organizations engage in building
secure learning networks to monitor their individual and aggregate
performance, manage the health of their patient populations, access
tools and resources for improvement based upon their care gaps, and
connect in meaningful ways to address a variety of critical needs
driven by healthcare reform. The MedConcert "App Store" provides
users with solutions to help improve performance and simplify their
lives. Apps available include Coordination of Care, Registries,
Value-Based Reporting (PQRSwizard, Bridges to Excellence),
Meaningful Use (Specialized Registries, eCQMs), Patient Engagement
(NCQA Certified CG-CAHPS Patient Survey), Maintenance of
Certification, Patient Safety Certificate Program (MOC certified)
and much more.