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ABILITY® Network is a leading healthcare technology company trusted by more than one hundred thousand providers across the continuum of care in ambulatory, acute, and post-acute settings. ABILITY provides a broad suite of innovative workflow services to help manage the administrative and clinical complexities of healthcare. ABILITY is headquartered in Minneapolis, with anchor offices in Boston, Parsippany and Tampa, and satellite offices across the country.

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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).

Latest News

  • 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). WEDI, the nation’s leading nonprofit authority on the use of health IT to create efficiencies in healthcare information exchange, announced that Wagner was one of four new co-chairs appointed to the organization’s Security and Privacy Workgroup, which will guide efforts to help facilitate the implementation of HIPAA/HITECH privacy and security requirements across the healthcare industry. . . read more

  • Industry News

    Readmissions penalties rose Oct. 1, 2014
    An August 25 story in McKnight’s Long-Term Care News reminded readers that in the third phase of the CMS Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP), readmission penalties rise to 3% of Medicare reimbursements on October 1. The HRRP, which penalizes hospitals with excessive readmissions for specific diagnostic groups, set a first-year (2013) penalty of 1% maximum reduction of reimbursements. In year two (fiscal year 2014), penalties rose to 2%. This year (FY 2015), the maximum penalty goes up to 3% and expands the conditions for which readmissions can be penalized, now including chronic lung disease and elective hip and knee replacements.

    HETS updated with new information
    In preparation for the upcoming CMS-mandated elimination of CWF eligibility inquiries, the HETS system has now been updated to return more information. View the screenshots on the ABILITY HETS page.

    Are you ready for the CWF to HETS transition? If you currently use CWF to obtain Medicare health insurance eligibility information, you will need to transition to the HETS system soon . . . read more

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