Four New Locations Go Live with ADT in the Hudson Valley

March 18th, 2015 - Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center, Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley, St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital and MidHudson Regional Hospital are now live with the ADT Interface  

Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center, Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley, St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital and MidHudson Regional Hospital are now live with the Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) feed.

St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital is known for its award winning diabetic, cardiac and wound care centers and recognized for setting gold standards for laboratory services, concentrating on high quality patient care throughout the Hudson Valley. St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital also went live with MDM, Medical Document Management which is transcriptions data.

Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center is a multi-specialty non-profit organization designed to provide high quality, comprehensive, primary and preventative health care services, while accommodating the needs of the Mid-Hudson Valley region.

Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley is a multi-campus health care system that consists 5 facilities ranging from hospitals and a nursing facility to a continuing-care retirement community.

MidHudson Regional of Westchester Medical Center, specializes in robotic surgery, cancer care and trauma and emergency.

With the ADT feed, data is transmitted electronically, with admission, discharge and transfer information for patients being admitted to any of these hospital locations. 

Patients receiving the utmost specialized care from any of these locations, such as high-tech robotic surgery or cancer treatment, can have their important medical records read promptly by medical professionals state-wide.

This type of data feed indicates that the appropriate patient consent values were collected and electronically stored in the facility’s EMR. This feed also includes automatic updates to patient consent through the HIE.

The one-way feed is expected to become bi-directional by April. This type of connection allows a two-way connection where patient records can be sent from a physician’s EMR to the HealthlinkNY, queried and then returned directly to the physician’s EMR through either request or automated process, allowing the more accurate data for continuity of care for the patients.