Community Record of Care for Accountable Communities of Health

January 01, 0001

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There are 34 items on 7 pages.

Whidbey Patients Now in Community Record of Care

Whidbey General Hospital and Clinics staff are trained and live on the MIN-NS HIE as of the end of March. Significant numbers of Whidbey Island residents travel off island for specialist care not available locally. They return to their primary and other local providers for follow up and ongoing care.

By Duncan West on April 06, 2015

Telemedicine, Where and When it Hurts

Telemedicine is one of the tools which will increase access and decrease cost in healthcare delivery. Currently, direct provider to patient visits over secure video links are only reimbursed when the patient is in a clinic in an officially designated rural area. And then only by certain payers. That model works for followup specialist visits for patients on Orcas or Lopez Islands, or Concrete.

By Duncan West on January 26, 2015

HIE can help Prevent Healthcare Fraud

There are a number of recent online articles and posts in the health industry and general media about loss of electronic health identities. MIN-NS takes security very seriously both operationally and as a topic of concern for our growing base of subscribers.

By Duncan West on October 31, 2014

Mount Vernon well Connected

The Connect with the World Conference about the municipal broadband in Mount Vernon and its benefits was a huge success, with over 120 attendees. The conference was held October 9, and featured local, regional and national speakers, including Mount Vernon Mayor Jill Boudreau and MIN-NS Executive Director, Mark Quenneville.

By Duncan West on October 17, 2014

Connect with the World

"Think globally, act locally," is a slogan at the root of the Connect with the World municipal broadband conference being staged by the City of Mount Vernon on October 9, 2014. MIN-NS is a presenting sponsor of the event and will be participating in a panel discussion of how the regional municipal broadband centered in Mount Vernon is used by local businesses and organizations.

By Duncan West on September 05, 2014
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