Arizona taps Mosaica for HIE updates; Patient home transfers call for encounter, documentation;

> The state of Arizona has partnered with Mosaica Partners to update its health information exchange strategy, according to a recent announcement. Mosaica worked with Arizona previously to develop a state grant program to support the planning of regional health information organizations; what's more, Mosaica wrote the state's RHIO Formation Guide. Announcement

> Offering guidance for physicians, non-physician practitioners, physician support personnel and home health agencies, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services clarified last week that it requires face-to-face encounters and documentation when providers transfer hospital and other patients to the home health setting. FierceHealthcare

> Health insurer Aetna and Phoenix-based hospital network Banner Health are digging deep into the technology toolbox to boost their evolving accountable care organization partnership. Seeking ways to reduce costs but improve outcomes, the two groups are building a hefty "technology stack" into the ACO system, and improve physician-patient coordination of care, company officials say. FierceMobileHealthcare

And Finally… Sounds like the premise of a bad comedy. Article

Suggested Articles

While the rush to telehealth adoption may have slowed a bit from its highs early on in the pandemic, the data show consumer interest in virtual care.

Allscripts reported third-quarter 2020 revenue was $402 million, down 9% from revenue of $444 million in the third quarter of 2019. 

Telehealth giant Teladoc completed its massive $18.5 billion acquisition of Livongo, the company announced Friday.