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For the past five years, HealthInfoNet has received daily eligibility and monthly medical and pharmacy claims information on Maine’s Medicaid member population from the Office of MaineCare Services’ Medicaid Management Information System. This information is collected, validated, and standardized by the Health Information Exchange (HIE) enterprise data integration engine, processed through
Just as the needs and interests of the healthcare communities that we serve are ever evolving, so is the way in which we communicate and present our value and news to participants through our website and materials. We’ve discussed before how the COVID-19 pandemic has altered how we have traditionally
As of May 1, 2021, CMS requires all hospitals, per its Conditions of Participation (“CoP”), to ensure a reasonable effort is made to send electronic notifications (“e-notifications”) to a patient’s treating provider(s) at either the provider’s request or the patient’s direction. When patients are admitted/registered to, discharged from, or transferred
HealthInfoNet is partnering with the Office of MaineCare Services (MaineCare) in support of their Medicare Advantage Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan (D-SNP) data-sharing requirements. The requirements will connect new long-term care (LTC) facilities to the Health Information Exchange (HIE) as a means of addressing the need for greater care coordination for high-risk individuals. D-SNPs are
The State of Maine’s Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) has partnered with NIC, designated operator of the statewide Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP), and HealthInfoNet, designated operator of the statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE), to seamlessly integrate the PMP and HIE systems into providers’ clinical workflows. Leveraging HealthInfoNet’s Clinical Portal and HINcontext Application, existing HIE systems that enable
As HealthInfoNet settles in to our new normal of virtual outreach and engagement, it has become even more important that we constantly and consistently share with our participants and their end users the ways in which we are available to support them. Whether it’s our HealthInfoNet Academy platform, Stay HIN the Know webinar series, one-on-one touchpoints, or bi-weekly
“To adapt and advance as clinical workflows and needs change across the care continuum” is a core objective of HealthInfoNet’s in the work that we do every day. If we aren’t staying informed and up to date with the ever-evolving needs of our participants and their end users, we’re missing the mark. Over the
As we look ahead to our Fall 2020 webinar series schedule, HealthInfoNet is excited to continue to enhance the knowledge base of our participants and their end-user communities by sharing technical know-how, lessons learned, use cases, tips and tricks, and more that can assist in their interactions with our data and solutions. Details regarding upcoming sessions
At the time our last update in April 2020, when we knew much less about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our communities, HealthInfoNet was in discussions with the Maine CDC, Maine DHHS, and the major health systems to determine how we could best assist the State in their efforts to better assess the situation. Since then, there are three (3) major updates that we