Transition to Stanson, With 1st Year at No Cost*.The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 (PAMA) requirement for advanced imaging services will start impacting your reimbursements on January 1, 20221.
“Stanson's CDS technology integrates directly into our EHR workflow, providing our clinicians with best practices and guidance around ordering imaging studies at the point of order entry."Dr. James Hellewell, Intermountain Healthcare
“With Stanson Health, you get excellent customer service, prompt responses, an amazing support team and a great PAMA product.”Dawn-Marie Rogers, MD - Chief Medical Information Officer, Memorial Healthcare System
“We knew the architecture of their PAMA solution, and it was designed to be minimalist as it pertained to acquiring data from the user. We thought this was a major advantage for us.”Dr. Mark Binstock, Chief Medical Information Officer
“The PAMA solution provides fewer alerts overall making hospitalists and ambulatory physicians more satisfied. Stanson is a great team to work with.”Richard Schreiber, MD - Chief Medical Information Officer, Geisinger
See our innovative solution in action.
It’s Helpful for Providers …Not Just Required.
Consider Making the Change to Stanson’s PAMA:
It’s Not Too Late
We have expertise in transitioning from a legacy solution and can help guide your teams and support the switch with minimal to no interruption.
It’s Easy to Implement
Our implementation team will partner with you to offer a tailored project plan for your implementation transition including mapping, building and testing all while your legacy solution is running in the background.
It Does More Than Check a Box
While it does satisfy the PAMA requirement, our innovative PAMA solution, driven by artificial intelligence (AI), helps the provider through guided clinical decision care support through the EHR workflow, helping improve quality and cost of care with an easy and intuitive user experience for providers.
Providers: Now is the Time to Move
Move your organization away from an indications-based (picklist) offering and transition to a smart CDS approach using natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML). We want to help during these tough financial times, so we are waiving PAMA subscription fees for the first year when you transition from a legacy solution*.
Key Features of Stanson’s PAMA Solution
Seamless, Workflow-tailored EHR IntegrationEHR-integrated CDS app enables users to easily identify and take action on recommendations with minimal disruption
High-quality, multidisciplinary content that supports initiatives beyond imaging, including Choosing Wisely, MACRA, CJR and CARA
Efficient Management of AUC from Any Source
Rapid implementation and efficient management of content for any service (imaging, labs, meds) from any source
Comprehensive CDS Analytics
Closed–loop analytics enables continual refinement of the CDS and optimization of the CDS environment, including evaluation of homegrown embedded alerts, medication alerts and order sets
Frustrated With Your Current PAMA Solution?
If your provider and IT teams are frustrated with your legacy solution, then connect with one of our PAMA experts today to talk about your transition.
Prepping for PAMA
Keep Calm and PAMA On
A providers’ guide for transitioning to a smart clinical decision support solution that meets Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC)
Meet Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC)
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Learn more about meeting Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC).
Take Advantage of the PAMA Deadline Extension
CMS recently announced the extension of its PAMA compliance requirement to Jan. 1, 2022, giving providers the duration of 2020 and calendar year 2021 to prepare.
* Three-year contract required with no subscription fees payable for first year. Please see contract for full terms and conditions.
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