GA Notify

GA Notify

Georgia Notify (GA Notify) is a new service established by the Georgia Hospital Association to improve care transitions and outcomes for patients who visit an emergency room, have an inpatient hospital admission or are seen in an ambulatory clinic setting. GA Notify will offer clinicians real-time insights regarding a patient’s encounter activity, prompting rapid follow-up with patients who have had recent emergency room visits or hospital stays. Rapid follow-up during a transition of care has been shown to improve health outcomes and reduce hospital re-admissions.

GA Notify Can Help You Meet CMS’s new Hospital Condition of Participation for the Electronic Notifications At No Cost

If you missed GHA’s webinar, with guest speakers from Audacious Inquiry, you can still access the webinar recording here. In the webinar, we discussed how GA Notify is helping hospitals achieve compliance for the Hospital Condition of Participation (CoP) Notification requirement effective on April 30, 2021, as a complimentary GHA member service.

Interested in Becoming a Participating Member in GA Notify? Email us at to get started!

How Can GA Notify Help You?

Improve Care Coordination
Clinicians and care managers receive real-time notifications so they can promptly direct patients to the most appropriate care settings.

Improve Patient Satisfaction
Care providers and case managers can improve communications and streamline workflows, resulting in greater patient engagement.

Optimize Financial Performance
The ability to improve care coordination and reduce avoidable utilization is necessary to achieve your financial goals under value-based contracting or through enhancing Transitional Care Management (TCM) revenue.

Reduce Avoidable Utilization
Identify when, where, and why a patient is hospitalized, or receive insight into a patient’s relationships to make informed clinical decisions.

Meaningful Use Compliance
GA Notify enables the automatic routing of discharge summaries from hospitals in a manner compliant with MU requirements for Transitions of Care.