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ABILITY® Network is a leading healthcare technology company trusted by thousands of payers and providers across the continuum of care. Through the use of the ABILITY Network comprehensive suite of care coordination and workflow services, our customers are able to improve efficiency, reduce costs, increase cash flow and more effectively manage the financial and clinical complexities of healthcare.

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ABILITY has consistently met the highest standards of support and security for protected healthcare information. We are fully accredited by the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC); certified by the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) via their CORE program; and approved by CMS as a Network Service Vendor and a Health Information Handler (HIH).

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  • ABILITY News

    ABILITY Network and CareCentrix join forces to improve transition of care
    ABILITY Network and CareCentrix, the nation’s leader in managing patient care to the home, have announced a strategic partnership to enhance communications and workflow within the transition of care process for patients leaving the hospital. The ABILITY transition of care service, ABILITY | ILLUMINATE,  will be integrated with CareCentrix’s care coordination platform. . . . read more

    ABILITY exec named to WEDI advisory group
    Richard Wagner, Security and Compliance Officer at ABILITY Network, has been named to a prestigious advisory position with the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI), the nation’s leading nonprofit authority on the use of health IT to create efficiencies in healthcare information exchange. . . read more

  • Industry News

    Changes made to 5-star ratings system for nursing homes; home health agency star rating system also being developed

    On February 20 CMS changes to the Nursing Home Compare website become effective. See the Feb. 12 article in Long-Term Living to read more about the 3 major changes to the nursing home ratings website that will now be available to the public. In addition, CMS has also announced that it will introduce a star rating methodology for home health agencies in 2015. The methodology for how the rating scores will be calculated and reported is still being developed.

    No more ICD-10 delays, says congressional subcommittee 

    In a Feb. 11 hearing, a group of U.S. lawmakers emphasized that the ICD-10 transition, now scheduled for Oct. 1 of this year, should go forward with no further delays. Members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Health heard from individual providers as well as the American Hospital Association during the session. All but one provider agreed that the ICD-10 implementation needed to keep moving forward toward the Oct. 1 implementation date. In addition, a Feb. 6 report from the Government Accountability Office also reinforced CMS’s readiness for implementation. . . read more

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