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Supporting California Physicians and IPAs

Vigilance Health and Sandlot will partner on the Demonstrate Improved Quality Program for healthcare providers in California. Sandlot’s technology platform and workflow integration will create improved risk adjustment factors and quality ratings.

 

Increased Connectivity Across Colorado

CORHIO will leverage health information exchange and clinical interoperability capabilities from Sandlot Solutions to help participating community-based healthcare organizations reduce costs, manage risk and improve quality at the point of care.

 

Supporting End-Stage Renal Disease Care

Sandlot Solutions is partnering with Dialysis Clinic, Inc. (DCI), to provide clinical interoperability solutions. The ability to exchange clinical data and share information across health systems will enable DCI to deliver exceptional care management and improved patient outcomes.

 

Introducing Sandlot Connect Lite

An electronic notification service, Sandlot Connect Lite allows hospitals to quickly notify ambulatory care providers of patient visits. Faster, easier clinician access to this essential patient information promotes more efficient care coordination and management.

 
Channel Partner Program Launch

Channel Partner Program Launch

Healthcare consultants, software vendors and payers will have access to Sandlot’s clinical interoperability, analytics and population health management solutions through the new program. Benefits to partners’ clients are improved health outcomes and increased ROI.

 
Metro Chicago HIE

Creating a Unified HIE in Chicago

The Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council and Sandlot are exclusively partnering to provide HIE technology and interoperability solutions to the MetroChicago HIE, with a launch group representing more than one-third of the Chicago hospital market.

 
South Country Health Alliance

Supporting Transition to
Value-based Healthcare

South Country Health Alliance, a county-based health plan serving 12 counties in Minnesota, will leverage Sandlot’s Connect, Dimensions and Metrix products and technologies to support new pay-for-performance contracts. Sandlot is a certified Health Data Intermediary in MN.

 
By Clinicians, For Clinicians

By Clinicians, For Clinicians

Sandlot Solutions’ technology was developed by practicing physicians. With streamlined access to patient information, physicians can improve efficiency and quality of care. Learn more….

 
 

Comprehensive Analytics
and Reporting

IDNs, IPAs, ACOs must all ensure that their affiliated physicians and clinicians are connected to patient information across a wide range of sources and formats to better coordinate care, manage chronic disease and measure outcomes.

 
 

More Quality Time with Patients

Sandlot Solutions streamlines the physician's hectic day by connecting them to the information they need to make timely, evidence-based patient care decisions , and integrates seamlessly into their workflows.

 
Analytics & Digital Envelope Technology

The Evolution of HIE: Analytics & Digital Envelope Technology

Sandlot Solutions offers insights on fourth-generation health information exchange and the benefits of digital envelope technology in its latest industry report. Download The New Model of Health Information Exchanges: Using Data and Analytics to Improve Health Care Delivery.

 

Seamless Care for Patients. Meaningful Data for Providers. Analytics for Improved Outcomes.

As a recognized leader in health information technology, Sandlot Solutions provides tools that improve patient outcomes and reduce the cost of care by streamlining and sharing information between providers, hospitals and insurers. Whether you are a hospital, physician, accountable care organization (ACO), state, insurer or employer, we have the solution that’s right for you.

 

ACOs Insurance Providers
Employers Physicians/IPAs
Hospitals/IDNs States

 


“Sandlot's HIE has significantly improved the way I practice medicine. With more information at the point of care, I make better clinical decisions.”

—Tom M. Deas, Jr., MD