Community Record of Care for Accountable Communities of Health

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Why HIE is important to the medical community?

Having a web accessible, comprehensive healthcare record for patients provides a means for better quality healthcare. From allowing different providers to seamlessly share information to having critical information available instantly in emergency situations, a HIE provides information essential to patient care.

By Brady Maguire on April 05, 2017

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

Best practices for managing care High-Risk, High-Cost patients

The mantra of healthcare in the 21st Century seems to be, “We must better manage the care of high-risk and high-cost patients.” Insights about best practices are emerging from experience outside health maintenance organizations. The American Journal of Managed Care recently had two articles on the topic. The common thread was...

By Duncan West on December 11, 2015

Best practices identifying High-Risk, High-Cost patients

The mantra of healthcare in the 21st Century seems to be, “We must better manage the care of high-risk and high-cost patients.” Insights about best practices are emerging from experience outside health maintenance organizations. The American Journal of Managed Care recently had two articles on the topic. The common thread was ...

By Duncan West on December 04, 2015

Second Round of Rural Grant Funding

Island Hospital and Medical Information Network - North Sound (MIN-NS) have been awarded $285,000 in a second round of funding to continue connecting health providers and patients in rural areas to providers of services outside their community.

By Duncan West on May 22, 2015
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