We are proud of the work we’ve done over the last year and, because of that, we’ve published the 2018 Impact Report that outlines HIN’s continuous growth, exciting expansion strategies, and much more. Learn about how many patient lookups, average monthly users, CDC messages sent, and much more from 2018. Thank you to all of
HealthInfoNet was listed among the few organizations across the country that are addressing and using social determinants of health(SDoH) data to improve quality of care. We’re proud to partner with DASH Connect and All In to mentor other organizations on the work we’re doing with SDoH; we hope to help improve use of this important
In 2018, Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC), a Federally Qualified Health Center and The Hope House Health and Living Center in Bangor began a unique collaboration between health care and homelessness services utilizing HealthInfoNet’s Analytics and Reporting Platform (HARP). This tool identifies patients at high-risk for readmissions and connecting them to appropriate community and health
The 2017 Impact Report outlines HIN’s recorded growth in usage and connections and the real impact that HealthInfoNet has provided for our partners in Behavioral Health, Community and Public Health, and Medicaid while highlighting changes we have made in how we deliver our data and train end-users.
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,