Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP)
CRISP is Maryland’s Statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE). An HIE is the technology that supports the flow of health information among physician practices, hospital labs, radiology centers, and other health care institutions. HIE allows delivery of the right health information to the right place at the right time, providing safer, more timely, efficient, patient-centered care.
CRISP offers many services to physicians including the following:
- Encounter Notification System (ENS) – Keeping You Connected to Your Patients - CRISP is now offering a service which enables physicians to receive real-time alerts when a patient is hospitalized. The service is offered in partnership with all Maryland hospitals at no cost to ambulatory providers.
- Connect to the CRISP Portal - Connect. Share. Improve Patient Care.
- CRISP Direct Messaging - CRISP DIRECT Messaging is a secure and encrypted email service that supports electronic communication between physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other healthcare providers.
- Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) – The PDMP monitors the prescribing and dispensing of drugs that contain controlled dangerous substances (CDS).
Please contact MedChi Network Services for assistance with signing up for any of the FREE CRISP Services for Physicians.
Medicare CCLF Data Available Through CRISP
In support of state-wide Care Redesign initiatives, CRISP is making available the Medicare Claim and Claim Line Feed (CCLF) data to Maryland hospitals. CCLF data contain Medicare fee-for-service beneficiary claims for Maryland residents with a hospitalization within the past three years. The data contains Parts A, B and D claims including demographics, diagnoses, services received and payments. Hospitals that signed up for the first performance period of the HCIP and CCIP Care Redesign Programs will be able to see both summary and patient identifiable data. Those hospitals that did not sign up for the first performance period will still be able to see summary level data, but not identifiable data.
Accessing the CRISP Medicare CCLF Data
Beginning on September 27th, you may access the CRISP Medicare CCLF data through the CRS Portal at https://reports.crisphealth.org. After logging in, you will see a new card named 'Medicare CCLF Data.' Click on this card to open the suite of Medicare CCLF Reports.
CRISP will also be making available a comprehensive Medicare CCLF User Guide. If you have other questions or feedback, do not hesitate to reach out to CRISP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CRS Product Release Summary
Reports Updated - October 2017
- Readmission Reports - Posted RY19 Readmission Reports with CY17 September Prelim Casemix data
- MHAC Reports - Posted RY19 MHAC Reports with CY17 September Prelim Casemix data
- Transfer Reports - Posted RY19 Transfer Reports with CY17 September Prelim Casemix data
- PAU Reports - Posted PAU Reports with CY17 September Prelim Casemix data
- QBR/Mortality - Posted QBR/Mortality Reports with CY17 September Casemix data
- EID Summary Reports - Posted EID Summary Reports with CY17 September Prelim Casemix data
New Reports - October 2017
- Regional Partnerships Total Cost of Care (TCOC) - this new report provides Regional Partnerships the opportunity to investigate TCOC within their Regional Partnership zip codes. Access this report within the Total Cost of Care card on the CRS Portal.
- New Functionality & Enhancements - October 2017
CRISP Medicare CCLF Reports
- FAQ now available in Help section
- Ability to share patient roster with authorized users within hospital
- Ability to add or remove members after a roster is created
- Ability to create a roster with matched members if some of the members uploaded are rejected
- Ability to create rosters using set operators
- Ability to filter Opportunity Summary reports by roster
CRISP Casemix Reports
- Ability to refresh, revert, or pause Tableau-based reports
- Ability to aggregate panels in Panels for Practices dashboard
Other Notes - October 2017
- The latest Maryland Hospital Acquired Conditions (MHAC) reports contain the clinical logic changes listed in the memo from the HSCRC sent on 7/13/17. Baseline and performance data have been re-run using 3M’s recent revision to version 34 of the PPC grouper, and these files are now available on the CRS Portal.
- The Total Cost of Care Report (TCOC) release this month does not include updated data. CRISP and HSCRC are working to obtain updated data from CMS.
- RY19 QBR/Mortality User Guide is now available on the CRS Portal.