ENCOR-eh is an ONC certified application designed to assist hospitals in meeting their eCQM reporting requirements for the CMS IQR, Meaningful Use and The Joint Commission ORYX performance improvement programs. Automated daily EHR data extracts makes reporting efficient and timely.
ENCOR-a for Abstracted Core Measures is a comprehensive, state-of-the art application, designed specifically for hospital abstractors and quality managers to report “abstracted” quality measures data to the CMS IQR, OQR and The Joint Commission ORYX quality reporting programs. ENCOR-a automates much of the manual process of case selection, abstraction and submission.
For a facility our size, the burden of gathering all this data was overwhelming. Now, we have quick access to obtain the data for each of our providers, and management… and that is quality performance improvement. With Medisolv, we can quickly align quality measures for Meaningful Use, Patient Centered Medical Home and PQRS.
We are better able to manage our quality measures and reporting processes, and better utilize our data.
It's a pretty tall order to have excellent quality and exceptional patient experience at a low cost, and it's getting harder and harder to do that. We're fortunate to have Medisolv, which provides a single platform within our health system focused on pay-for-performance measures, with data for us to look at that's refreshed every day.
We used Medisolv's ENCOR quality reporting solution to successfully report core measures electronically without any abstraction ... Our substantial investments in an EHR and clinical workflow optimization were crucial in the production of high quality data that made submission possible.
“This process did not start just this year for us. We have worked with Medisolv for over four years to ensure that our electronic quality measures were an accurate reflection of the quality of care in our hospital. The ease with which this submission transpired speaks to the years of mutual dedication to improving quality at Rockdale Medical Center.”