Community Record of Care for Accountable Communities of Health

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Why an HIE?

One question that I have received while onsite with providers talking about MIN-NS Health Information Exchange is “Why an HIE?”. This is a great topic and worth sharing some of what I have discovered since working with Medical Information Network-North Sound.

By Krista Navarro on March 27, 2017

Skagit Northwest Orthopedics – Island Hospital

Recently Skagit Northwest Orthopedics a Division of Proliance Surgeons joined the MIN-NS Health Information Exchange. As portal access participants they were quick to become one of the most frequent user groups to retrieve clinical data.

By Krista Navarro on January 30, 2017

Quickly Search and Locate Reports, Labs and more...

There are several ways to navigate the HIE that allow to quickly search and locate reports, labs and more. One of the ways is to use the blue header to “group” by type, order, source or date.

By Krista Navarro on November 16, 2016

Updating Default Landing Page in User Profile

Users can set up their own display preferences once they have logged into the Health Information Exchange. By selecting “User Settings” under the Tools Section. Users have three options to select preferred landing page “Home”, “Patients” or “Secure Mail”.

By Krista Navarro on September 23, 2016

Add a New Document to the HIE

Adding a new document to the Health Information Exchange is as simple as the steps taken when attaching a document to an email. Users that may have a customized clinical document or have portal access only can easily upload a document and allow it to be a part of the patient’s community record. Participating providers can then view these documents inside the Health Information Exchange. This is the secure, HIPPA compliant approach to record sharing.

By Krista Navarro on June 20, 2016
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