CMS ADT interoperability deadline went into effect
May 1, 2021
Are you fully compliant?

Only 5% of healthcare CIOs believe their provider organizations are very prepared to comply with the rules.

The new CMS interoperability rule requires healthcare organizations to adopt modern enabling technologies to share data from major patient events such as admission, discharge, and transfer (ADT), with community providers and post-acute care teams.

Andor Health customers are already 100% compliant with the new CMS ADT notification rules. Forward-looking organizations like Orlando Health have already moved aggressively to comply by implementing the ThinkAndor® platform.

The ThinkAndor® Enterprise Collaboration Platform

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  • Delivers actionable real-time intelligence pushed to care teams’ mobile devices just in time
  • Allows full configuration of workflows and patient ADT event notifications
  • Enables collaboration across care settings and disparate EMR systems
  • Guarantees 100% compliance with CMS’ ADT notification rules

“Our partnership with Andor not only guarantees compliance, but it also enables last-mile connectivity to community clinicians. The Andor platform is an essential component of our strategy beyond our HIE and clinical communication systems to comply with these state and federal regulations.”

Novlet Mattis
Chief Information Officer, Orlando Health

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Aneesh Chopra
"The historic regulations are driving health System leaders to rethink their overall interoperability strategy… I’m hopeful more providers will turn to new enabling technologies like Andor Health’s ThinkAndor platform to both ensure guaranteed compliance and enable broader clinical engagement to drive more coordinated care.”

Aneesh Chopra
Former White House Chief Technology Officer

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