Primer on Health Information Exchange

Report
Puget Sound Nursing Informatics
October 10, 2014
What is an HIE
A Health Information Exchange
(HIE) is a centralized database
of Patient information that can
be SHARED across the medical
community.
Why
Improve the quality of care for
patients in our community
MIN-NS Network
Island Hospital & Clinics
Skagit Valley Hospital
Skagit Regional Clinics
Full Integration
Full Integration
Full Integration
Whidbey General
Hospital
Skagit Radiology
Integrated Data Feed
Full Integration
OneHealthPort
Mira Vista, Josephine,
Life Care Centers of
America, The Bridge,
NWRC, Infusion
Solutions, Cascade
Rehabilitation, Orcas…
San Juan
Rehabilitation Center
Fidalgo Care Center
Shuksan Healthcare
Center
EDIE
Over 1 million
clinical records
and millions
more
demographic
records
PH Labs
United General
St. Joseph
Northwest Pathology
4 Counties
Public Health
Behavioral Health
UW ACN
Boeing
HOW MIN-NS WAS BUILT
Purpose built
 Well equipped and experienced disruptive innovators
 Team operates independently as a Community Resource
 Built a foundational technology infrastructure
 Continuously aggregate patient information into a
Community Record of Care
 Serve it to Providers and Care workers
User log in
Patient Search Results
MIN-NS Benefits

24/7 HIE access and secure direct mail via web browser

Posting of files, reports, and photos via secure file sharing.

Electronic document transmittal and referral for specialty care.

Reduce overlap of records and eliminate fax-transport – more efficient
workflow
Community Record of Care
 MIN-NS HIE builds individual patient records from an electronic flow of
multiple sources
 MIN-NS Portal provides a community care record available to any
participating member of the care team
 Repository of longitudinal records for many patients supports
population health management.
 Citizens with multiple EMT and ED visits
 Citizens with behavioral or substance abuse issues
 Other populations
 Online forms, uploaded Advance Directives, Public Health reporting
available
Where we are now
 Patient information will come to you in many ways
 Via Medical Devices
 Continuity of Care documents/Transitions of Care
 Need to communicate in Secure manner – Direct Secure Mail
 Need to attach records and nurse notes to downstream provider
 Transfer of Patient to ED
 Care Transitions with SNF/Home Health
 Care Coordination with PCP’s
 Population Health
 Mobile Devices on the floor
Thank You
Dave Anderson
Director of Integrations
[email protected]

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