CRISP offers an application which allows medical personnel to receive real-time alerts when a patient has a hospital encounter. The application is offered in partnership with participating hospitals at no cost to ambulatory providers.
Customizable by practice, the CRISP ENS will send a notification to providers for active patients in the practice. Practices may choose which alerts are most relevant to them, such as: hospital admission, hospital discharge, or emergency room visit. Coupled with the CRISP HIE portal, participating physicians will be able to access relevant clinical documents to better coordinate care for their patients.
Proactive Management of Patient Transitions
ENS PROMPT is a secure, web-based tool to help your organization better manage your notifications.
ENS PROMPT Features
Encounter alerts stream continuously in real time
FREE to all users with no user limit on organizations
Advanced, custom filter options, with the ability to save custom filters for easy reuse.
Download alert data in spreadsheet format
View data spanning the past 30 days
Search patients by name or MRN
Manage notifications by status – use ENS PROMPT’s real-time tracking feature to mark patients ‘Complete’ and streamline workflow
View patients’ readmission count
View patient’s across multiple patient panels
How Does ENS Work?
ENS relies heavily upon patient panel submissions from participating practices in order to properly match patients to their providers. This data is typically an easy pull from your EMR and/or Billing software. However, we require an updated patient panel at least every 30 days from all ENS participants. Once your patient panels are submitted you will begin receiving notifications.
How Do You Generate a Patient Panel?
Select your EMR below to view step-by-step instructions on how to generate patient panels from your system.
Open a new e-mail message, address it to firstname.lastname@example.org, and attach the CSV spreadsheet.
Before sending it, use an obvious subject line like “Practice Name – Allscripts patient panel” or such.
Click Reports at the top menu
Click Report Builder
Choose Patient Demographics Report
Choose all fields needed
Select column and click right arrow to add to report
Once all columns have been added, use up/down arrow to organize order
Choose a Filter
Patient Had appointment in date
Choose date of birth, and set the drop down to show all (will pull entire patient list)
Click Save Report
Locate Report using the Report option in the top menu
Save as XML
Copy and paste XML into spreadsheet.
Right click on the blank Excel spreadsheet, and use whatever paste option provides the cleanest formatting
Upload via CRISP Direct to email@example.com
Click View Menu
Click Administrator Options
Enter Admin Password
Choose Patient Demographics on left side (export side)
Patient Report is automatically saved to the Amazing Charts folder on computer in C: Drive
File should be called AmazingChartsDemographicss.csv
You must have Admin Password in order to access patient Demographics Reporting Tool
Click Reports on top menu bar
Click Patient Chart Demographics
Choose all needed patient fields using Columns
Choose the range of date using Filter Date then Custom Date (18 months)
Save to desktop
Upload via direct secure e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Build the Patient Demographics Report using the Report Designer Tool in the upper menu
The fields needed are in a pool on the left hand side
Click and drag the required fields out onto the white dotted plane
Once all fields are in place, go into the Filter option in the upper menu
Click Match All Filters
Select Date of Birth from the drop down box in the first column
Select greater than from the drop down box in the second column
Select Visit From Date from the second drop down box in the first column
Select greater than or equal to from the second drop down box in the second column
Type a date that goes back 18 months from current date.
Click Save on the left hand side to save the Report
Go back into the reporting tool in the top menu
Go to the standard reporting module where reports are ran (cannot remember the name)
Find the name of the report that was saved
Open the report.
Click Immediate on the left hand side which denotes to run the report “Immediately”
The report is ran in a sample window
Click Excel in the top menu of the sample module
Choose name and location to save the exported .xls file
Locate the file and verify its contents and format
There may already be a Patient Demographics Report that comes pre-installed with the software package. If this is the case, use that as a template to build the correct report, as this will give insight into how the Match All Filters constraints need to be set.
In order to ensure a successful panel upload using the ENS Self-Service Panel Loader, make sure your patient panel follows the same column headers and formatting as shown in the Official Self-Service Panel Loader Template.