Secure Exchange Solutions, Inc. (SES) with input from healthcare providers, Managed Care Organizations (MCO) and Missouri healthcare officials conducted the Missouri Medical Passport Program (MMPP) study. This involved the implementation of SES’ Patient Centric Medical Solution (PCMS) to examine several issues plaguing the current Medicaid Program in Missouri. These issues included the following Meaningful Use (MU) Stage Three (3) Measures and Objectives:
- Bi-Directional Secure Messaging: Secure electronic messaging to communicate with patients on Relevant Health Information
- Patient Electronic Access: Provide patients with a Summary of Care record for each Transition of Care or Referral and electronically transmit such Summary
- Health Information Exchange: Perform Medication Reconciliation for any patient received from another Setting of Care.
In addition, SES examined the current processes, and administrative inefficiencies within the Foster Children Program in supporting Missouri’s Medicaid Program. Through analysis, we determined the potential efficiencies of using the Patient Centric Medical Solution (PCMS) as a critical part of creating a Continuity of Care Record (CCR) for each Medicaid recipient and the potential cost savings within the current system by implementing PCMS in conjunction with the HIEs within Missouri.