We’re traveling to Baltimore on October 15, 2019 to present on SUD data sharing. We’ll be discussing how improvements in sharing sensitive data lead to better care collaboration for patients. Learn more about the conference below and register today to see Katie Sendze speak on this important topic. Across the country, communities are working to…
In early 2017, Central Maine Health Care (CMHC) Accountable Care Organization (ACO) began to use HealthInfonNet’s Analytics and Reporting Platform (HARP). CMHC’s implementation of HARP replaced time-consuming manual processes resulting in time-saving efficiencies, staff satisfaction and improved patient outcomes. Prior to having access to HARP, staff only had access to admissions information specific to CMHC,…
Contact: Allison Kenty, Communications & Marketing Director 207-541-4102 firstname.lastname@example.org HealthInfoNet Board of Directors Names Shaun Alfreds as CEO Alfreds served as Acting CEO since November 2017 Portland, ME – May 24, 2018. HealthInfoNet’s Board of Directors has announced Shaun Alfreds as the permanent Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director. This announcement comes after a unanimous…
Use Case Report: DFD Russell Medical Centers uses HIN Analytics for Transitions of Care, Risk Stratification and Chronic Care Management
As part of a Maine DHHS Analytics Pilot Project, DFD Russel Medical Centers care managers have been using the HealthInfoNet Analytics and Reporting Platform to identify patients at risk for Transitions of Care Management. The team broadened the use of HARP to risk stratify patients for Emergency Department (ED) and Hospitalization risk, Polypharmacy Risk and…
Allison joins HealthInfoNet from MaineHealth were she served as the Director of Finance for Special Projects since 2016 and prior to that as Corporate Controller with Synernet, Inc, a MaineHealth Member. She played an active role in the integration of former Synernet business lines into the MaineHealth System. Allison also spent over 15 year with…
January 2018 proved to be HealthInfoNet’s best month on record with over 100,000 Patient Records Accessed, 69,555 Notifications sent for Events of Care, 3,898 Unique Users and 566,811 CDC Messages sent.
Islands Community Medical Services is now live with a bidirectional connection to HealthInfoNet.
The Federally Qualified Health Center in Vinalhaven is now sending demographics, primary care provider, encounter information, diagnosis codes, allergies, payer category, vitals, and immunizations to the exchange.
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HealthReach is now a bi-directional users of HealthInfoNet. They are now sending demographics, primary care provider, encounter information, diagnosis codes, allergies, payer category, vitals, and immunizations to the exchange.
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In October, Spurwink Services began sharing Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs). These CCDs include information such as problems, allergies, medications, vital signs, encounters, diagnoses, and care plans.
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Catholic Charities is now sharing CCDs in the Exchange.
These include problems, allergies, medications, functional/cognitive status, reason for referral, reason for visit, social history, vital signs, encounters, diagnoses, and treatment plans.
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