Moxe’s release of information solution, Substrate, is now verified to interface with Epic’s EHR. Health systems running Epic may now benefit from fulfilling health plan chart requests through Substrate’s secure, automated solution.
Substrate, an award-winning platform, is a clinical data clearinghouse that enables health systems to process all payer chart requests through a single gateway, instantly transferring appropriate patient information securely and digitally. Health systems utilizing Epic’s EHR are able to join Moxe’s interactive network covering more than 40 million patients, gaining the ability to easily and securely share vital medical information with the nation’s leading health plans.
“Moxe is committed to furthering interoperability in health care,” said Dan Wilson, CEO and founder of Moxe. “We’re excited to offer Substrate for Epic and proud to offer a solution that is paperless, instant and accurate.”
Substrate interfaces with Epic to support compliant routing of clinical data for a range of payment- and operations-related use cases, including: risk adjustment, HEDIS, and revenue integrity. The HIPAA-compliant process is completely secure, and empowers health systems to enforce release restrictions. Health systems have used Moxe to send millions of charts, saving thousands of hours in administrative bandwidth and millions of dollars in paper and other physical media costs.
“Our solution has proven to ease the administrative burden of processing chart requests,” said Wilson. “We’re proud of the work our clients are doing to save resources and improve operational efficiency. This interface is another opportunity to achieve our mission of aligning health care for a better tomorrow.” To learn more about Substrate for your Epic EHR, visit MoxeHealth.com.
Moxe connects payers and providers by mediating the exchange of clinical data for risk adjustment, HEDIS and Star ratings, revenue integrity, and more. Solutions digitally process requests for information while enforcing all appropriate release restrictions to ensure the minimum necessary release of PHI and PII, saving partners time and money while breaking down silos in health care.