- AIDA never charges a downstream provider to admit a patient
- AIDA makes it possible for all downstream providers to register with the network autonomously and without delay
- AIDA can support any Federal or State licensed downstream care provider when making referrals and secure data sharing
- AIDA lets any case manager use the platform for patient choice purposes for free and without a contract required
- We guarantee that AIDA will never cost more than the ROI it delivers to our customers
The healthcare industry is facing challenges from all sides, particularly regulatory expectations that have upended the status quo. The rules of the game are changing quickly, and the only thing that may be moving faster is the growing number of sick people who are in need of long-term support and care.
AIDA’s mission is to help hospitals rise to the challenge imposed by these demands in ways that are consistent with Value-Based Care.
When you partner with AIDA, we make it our primary goal to show you how your utilization of our service is delivering value to your business or organization.
Key ROI Denominators
- Length of Stay Reduction (Overstay)
- Revenue generation consistent with Value-Based Care (Preventative Services)
- Readmission Reduction
- Admission Prevention (Outpatient placement)
- Case Management Productivity/Efficiency
- Reduced Time-to-Insight (Deep Analytics)
- Increased Interoperability
We want to give our partners every confidence that AIDA keeps their data secure at all times. That’s why AIDA is actively pursuing HI-TECH certification.
AIDA has had its policies and practices reviewed by many hospital IT security experts where it has always met or exceeded expectations.
A principle of data security that AIDA employs is being a cloud-only company. That means that our data and yours is only ever stored in databases that are protected by the same secure infrastructure used by most major Healthcare IT businesses today.
Data is encrypted end-to-end and AIDA logs every time a user or employee accesses protected health information.
You can use AIDA’s platform through a web browser without any integration, but we also support interoperability that is simple, robust, and secure.
AIDA has built an API-lead integration infrastructure that makes it possible to create secure connections quickly and at scale.
Our APIs are flexible enough to meet your needs using modern FHIR protocols and OAth 2 authentication.
We also understand that many hospitals are still warming up to these innovations. We have anticipated this need with several legacy integration capabilities.
The AIDA team is ready to tackle any and all integration challenges you have for us.
- FHIR-enabled API
- EHR Apps for Epic Systems and Cerner
- ADT Feed Integration
- Point-to-Point Integration
- Support for most interface engines
AIDA was founded by a group of professionals with extensive background in hospital discharge management, long-term care facility ownership, and HIPAA-compliant software development.
In 2017, the founders realized a significant gap in the healthcare marketplace between acute care hospitals and residential care facilities. It became clear that in many cases the best and sometimes only viable discharge option was placement to residential care facilities. Residential care facilities are present in almost every State of the Union but vary based on the regulations of each State. Many of them are contracted with Medicaid which means that they can accept patients that don’t qualify for a SNF, Home Health, or an Acute Care setting. These facilities often number in the thousands per state. Before AIDA there was no accurate information about availability and what patients they would accept from a financial, clinical, and psychosocial standpoint.
The founders developed a technological backbone for collecting information from these small businesses and how to connect with them. These connections lead to patient placements that everyone else had all but given up on.
It became clear that this flexible technology was needed everywhere in the discharge planning space and AIDA has been growing ever since.
AIDA is always looking to grow our network and expand the usefulness of our platform. With those goals in mind, we have created partnerships with many industry players including hospital systems, post-acute care organizations, residential care organizations, advocacy groups, investment groups, payers, and local government agencies.
If you feel that the goals of your group or organization align with those of AIDA, please feel free to reach out and explore how we can work together to improve patient outcomes.