Optimize the use of DRVS at your organization by adding on modules that will help you better integrate with the healthcare ecosystem and provide more extensive care to identified patient populations.
The Risk Stratification algorithm available in DRVS assists with the consistent identification of high-risk patients within or across client health centers. Risk Stratification uses diagnostic and clinical data – age, chronic, behavioral health, infectious disease and substance use conditions, social determinants, clinical outcome indicators, medications, and utilization – to identify patients at risk who might benefit from care management monitoring and intervention by practice staff and programs. Patients are stratified into a high, moderate or low-risk category which can be utilized across the DRVS platform in Dashboards, Reports, Registries, Patient Visit Planning, Care Management Passport and quality measures.
The Referral Management module helps DRVS customers improve referral completions and patient safety by providing a tool to manage the often complicated and inconsistent referral process between providers. The Referral Management module also enables practices to gain insights on referral patterns and specialist behavior and helps achieve the requirements of Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition and the new HRSA UDS measure for closing the referrals loop.
DRVS users can view performance and patient populations using Dashboards, gain insights on patient health, priority, and composition, and track and monitor patients through Registry Reports. Referral coordinators can prioritize their work by referrals that need the most attention, follow up on referrals for consults or results, understand their daily workload, and manage referrals as a patient population.
The Controlled Substance Module provides you with tools to more efficiently manage populations at risk – those in treatment for substance use disorder, those at risk for developing a disorder, and those with chronic pain.
A combination of four registries and measures (16+) will allow you to access relevant clinical information to support team meetings, conduct and evaluate outreach efforts, improve preventive screening efforts and ease the burden of reporting. You can also use dashboards to quickly understand the status of various aspects of your programs.
The HEP-C Module in DRVS provides a set of measures, a registry, and dashboards to support improved screening, identification, and treatment management of patients with Hepatitis-C.
The HIV DRVS Module helps practices identify and provide better care for at-risk and diagnosed HIV patient populations through the use of additional measures and tracking of treatment and prevention programs.
The DRVS EHR Plug-in allows practices to access DRVS data from within an EHR at the point of care, including outstanding care gaps, pre-visit planning alerts, and open referrals. Users can save valuable time by accessing DRVS information from within their EHR through a single sign-on and authentication. This integration also displays an HCC/RAF (Risk Adjustment Factor) coding guide that allows providers to assure that their patients' conditions and severity are properly reflected within their visit coding. Azara helps configure the display of DRVS information within the EHR to make sure it is properly aligned to your center’s specific point of care workflows.
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Please contact your Azara DRVS representative or Primary Care Association to see if the DRVS EHR Plug-in is currently available or planned for your EHR system.
The DRVS Obstetrics (OB) module enables practices to identify and report on pregnant patients to help keep mothers-to-be healthy and on-track before, during, and after pregnancy. With the OB module, centers can look at all pregnant patients during any period of time and determine who is currently pregnant, review various screenings and labs that occur during a pregnancy episode, and capture trimester of entry and birthweight for UDS reporting. There are nearly 100 data points available within the OB module in categories ranging from demographics, to birth details, grouped by pregnancy episode with detailed tests dates and results and accompanying appointment information.
The DRVS Transitions of Care (TOC) Module solves the most pressing challenges of keeping track of and providing the best care possible to patients who have been admitted to and discharged from emergency departments or inpatient hospital stays. For most practices today, this information is not available in EHR systems and the DRVS Transitions of Care Module can provide critical details such as admittance time, date, and location, diagnosis, and discharge disposition. Practices are better informed and can call patients to remind them of or schedule follow-up activities, recognize issues with medications or treatment plans and easily share episode details with team members to better prepare for a patient's upcoming appointment.
Patient satisfaction surveys allow practice management to better understand patients’ experiences with office staff as well as providers—enabling identification of practices and providers in need of improvement or recognition. Surveys can also deepen insights into provider management and operations by uncovering patterns and trends for specific patient populations.
Connecting DRVS to your patient satisfaction survey provider enables dynamic identification of patient encounters delivered directly to the vendor via automated feed. DRVS data is used for survey distribution then responses can be visualized in DRVS—allowing for analysis of patient experience together with clinical performance data.
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