Hospitals working with a Health Information Exchange (HIE) or Health Information Service Provider (HISP) for Core Measure 12(b) Transitions of Care now have the ability to query the HIE/HISP inbox to process message delivery notifications automatically and integrated directly into OneView using MDN Message Processing services.
For Core Measure 12(b) Transitions of Care, Sites working with an HIE/HISP with the ability to query the HIE/HISP inbox to process message delivery notifications will be able to utilize OneView MDN Message Processing services.
The OneView MDN Message Processing service queries the HIE/HISP inbox and processes all MDN messages and loads the messages in OneView with a unique ID. The Message ID is used to match against the MEDITECH external transition id in the AdmCda Transmitted table.
The Message Delivery Notification (MDN) provides assurance of delivery and reports the final disposition.
Summary of Care not received:
Either an Error message or nothing
Summary of Care received:
What is an MDN?
An MDN is kind of like a receipt. What the receipt indicates depends on what type of MDN it is.
What does a status of Processed mean on an MDN?
An MDN with a status of "Processed" means that the Sender's Direct mail server has handed off the message to the next system in the sequence (typically, this is the Receiver's Direct mail server) and received no indication of error. It does NOT mean that the recipient has received the transaction or that the recipient even exists. This is like getting a tracking number and a receipt from FedEx/UPS - it hasn't been delivered yet, but it's left your building.
What does a status of Dispatched mean on an MDN?
An MDN with a status of "Dispatched" means that the recipient exists, has received the message, and no errors were encountered. This is like getting a confirmation of delivery by FedEx/UPS via the signature of the recipient - it's been delivered... opening the package is up to the recipient, now.
By Bill Presley at 25 Sep 2014, 11:27 AM