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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.

We are pleased to announce that UHIN has been awarded a second grant from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). This $624,000 grant acknowledges UHIN’s success in supporting great outcomes through electronic health information exchange. The new grant will enable...

familyUHIN is pleased to welcome Uintah Basin Medical Center to the cHIE! As the cHIE’s newest data source, the 49-bed hospital in Roosevelt, Utah is utilizing cHIE Alerts, to notify providers when their patients have encounters at Uintah Basin’s inpatient facility or emergency department. Additionally, as of August 29, 2016, Uintah Basin contributes general laboratory information to the Clinical Portal, and is actively working with UHIN to send radiology reports and transcription notes in the near future.

docmomkidtnailThe cHIE is on a roll this summer, with 55 new data sources coming aboard between June and August! The latest to join is Canyon View Medical Group, which is contributing Continuity of Care Documents, CCDs, to the cHIE Clinical Portal as of August 10, 2016. Canyon View Medical Group includes four family medicine clinics, two orthopedics clinics, two pediatrics clinics, and three women’s care clinics, all located throughout Utah Valley. Canyon View will automatically send CCDs, also called patient summaries, to the cHIE for all of their patients.

Group Of Happy DoctorsUHIN is excited to announce that Continuity of Care Documents, CCDs, from Physician Group of Utah (PGU), Rocky Mountain Women’s Health Center, and Heart and Lung Institute clinics are available in the cHIE Clinical Portal as of August 1, 2016! The 41 practices contributing CCDs offer care in Davis, Salt Lake and Tooele counties, in specialties including family medicine, cardiology, endocrinology, obstetrics and gynecology and orthopedics. They will automatically send CCDs, also called patient summaries, to the cHIE for all of their patients.

pediatricianthumbnailUHIN is pleased to announce that Continuity of Care Documents, CCDs, from Foothill Family Clinic are available in the cHIE Clinical Portal as of July 14, 2016! Foothill Family Clinic is a 38-physician, three-location multispecialty practice that treats an average of 8,000 patients each month. They will automatically send CCDs, also called patient summaries, to the cHIE for all of their patients.

docbabysmallUHIN is pleased to announce that Wasatch Peak Family Practice is contributing laboratory data to the cHIE as of July 12, 2016! Wasatch Peak is a four-physician practice in Layton that offers adult and pediatric primary care, as well as specialty services such as asthma and diabetes care.

coworkerscompsmlUHIN is pleased to announce that Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs, also called patient summaries) from Mountain West Gastroenterology are now available in the cHIE Clinical Portal! As of June 15, 2016, Mountain West will automatically send CCDs to the cHIE for all of their patients. The data will remain available in the Patient Summary view.

pcdh_thumbnailUHIN's cHIE, Utah’s state-designated health information exchange (HIE), supports care coordination even when patients receive out-of-state healthcare services. On June 2, 2016, the cHIE became part of a live “patient-centered data home (PCDH)” exchange with HIEs in Arizona and western Colorado: the Arizona Health-e Connection (AzHeC), based in Phoenix, and Quality Health Network (QHN), based in Grand Junction. The PCDH initiative is a cost-effective, scalable way for HIEs to connect their networks to send patient information to the right provider at the right time.