UHIN Continues to Add More Data Sources

UHIN has added more new data sources to the CHIE! The latest additions include one of Utah’s newest hospitals, a home health center, a nine-location family practice, and two Skilled Nursing Facilities! Now contributing valuable data to the Clinical Health Information Exchange are: Mountain Point Medical Center, Aspen Ridge, Aspen Ridge – West, Symbii Home Health, and Premier Family Medical.

Aspen Ridge and Aspen Ridge West are alternatives to nursing homes. Their professionals specialize in short-term nursing and rehabilitation during the period between leaving the hospital and returning home. Nurses work closely with physicians, patients and families to ensure the needs of each person are met, while rehabilitation teams work to help patients restore the necessary abilities for independent living.

Mountain Point Medical Center is a 44-bed, full-service hospital serving the people of northern Utah County. It is a campus of Jordan Valley Medical Center. The hospital offers emergency care, surgical services, diagnostic imaging, maternity care, intensive and progressive care, and women’s health services.

Premier Family Medical has nine locations across Utah County. The nearly 40 providers offer a wide-range of services including pediatris, OB-GYN services, physical therapy and urgent care. Specialists also treat a variety of other issues such as emphysema, hypertension, asthma, migraines and osteoporosis.

Symbii Home Health offers a variety of services for patients to help them heal and manage their chronic diseases. Working with the patient’s personal physician, Symbii’s staff offer pain management, disease management, diabetes care, physical, speech and occupational therapies, medication assistance, and a variety of other services.

UHIN is excited to add these new data sources as we continue to grow the cHIE. The Clinical Portal now includes data from over 500 clinics and hospitals in Utah and the surrounding states! For a full list of facilities sharing data through the CHIE, visit https://uhin.org/the-chies-data-sources/.