The CHIE Welcomes Beaver Valley Hospital and Milford Valley Memorial Hospital!

UHIN is pleased to announce the CHIE’s newest data sources, Beaver Valley Hospital and Milford Valley Memorial Hospital! Beaver Valley Hospital is a 49 swing-bed medical center in Beaver City, Utah, offering surgical, birthing, emergency and long-term care services. Beaver Valley Hospital, the nearby 25-bed Milford Valley Memorial Hospital, and three medical clinics form the Beaver Area Healthcare Network. In addition to providing acute care and family medicine, the healthcare network actively encourages disease prevention and healthy living in the community.

Beaver Valley Hospital and Milford Valley Memorial Hospital are contributing laboratory results and radiology reports to the CHIE’s Clinical Portal. The two hospitals are also contributing Admit, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) messages to the CHIE Alerts hospital encounter notification system.

CHIE participation by rural healthcare facilities helps ensure that patients throughout Utah receive the care they need, when they need it while traveling or seeking specialty care away from home. UHIN congratulates Beaver Valley Hospital and Milford Valley Memorial Hospital for their commitment to quality patient care.

The CHIE is continually growing, closing information gaps for patients in more and more areas. The Clinical Portal now includes data from 448 clinics and 45 hospitals in Utah and surrounding states. The CHIE Alerts system sends notifications from 24 Utah hospitals, as well as 41 hospitals in Colorado and Arizona through the Patient-Centered Data Home (PCDH) project. For a list of facilities sharing data through the CHIE, visit

Tanner Clinic Becomes the CHIE’s Latest Data Source!

The CHIE is now receiving Continuity of Care Documents, CCDs, from Tanner Clinic! Tanner Clinic has locations in Kaysville, Layton, Roy, and Syracuse, and offers care in specialties including family medicine, pediatrics, OB/GYN, podiatry, sports medicine, orthopedics, endocrinology, urgent care and more. Tanner Clinic will automatically send CCDs, also called patient summaries, to the CHIE for all of their patients. Simply search for your patients in the Clinical Portal to find Tanner Clinic data in the Patient Summary view, whenever you need it. Additional details, such as the text of provider notes, may also be available under the “Documents” tab. To view these details, click on the CCD you’d like to view and choose the HTML option.

CCDs are now available in the CHIE from:

-Canyon View Medical Group

-Foothill Family Clinic

-Intermountain Healthcare

-Lone Peak Hospital

-41 clinics that are part of Physician Group of Utah, including Heart and Lung Institute and Rocky Mountain Women’s Health Center facilities

-Planned Parenthood Association of Utah

-St. Mark’s Hospital

-Utah Gastroenterology (formerly called Mountain West Gastroenterology)

-The Veterans’ Affairs Health Care System

-27 hospitals participating with Quality Health Network in western Colorado and 14 hospitals participating with Arizona Health-e Connection, as part of the Patient-Centered Data Home project

You can see the full list of organizations contributing data to the CHIE at

CCDs are a user-friendly way to get the latest information on your patients’ health, including problems, medications, allergies, lab results, care plans, procedures, and more. The Patient Summary view displays the data in easy-to-read categories so you can quickly find the information you need, when you need it. We are actively working with a diverse range of data sources to close gaps in care coordination by including their CCDs in the CHIE.