CliniSync Posts New Physician Brochures On Its Website

The Ohio Health Information Partnership has created several tri-fold brochures to describe Health Information Exchange (HIE) services available for physicians and hospitals through CliniSync, its new HIE.  The brochures can be downloaded for future reference from the organization's website. They include:

Community_Brochure
  • Overview of HIE Services for Physicians: This brochure introduces physicians to CliniSync and describes the suites of services offered, including a CliniSync Direct Suite and a more integrated CliniSync Community Health Suite.
     
  • Direct Suite: This brochures describes services that are available for physicians and other healthcare providers who are predominately paper-based and may not have an EHR system.The Direct Suite is an application that is installed on a local PC in the physician's office and connects with the CliniSync network. Once installed and configured, the Direct Suite offers these modules: Referral Management, Direct Messaging, Inbox and Straight-to-EHR.
     
  • Community Health Suite: This brochure describes CliniSync's more integrated suite that does everything above, but it also allows you to search for available information on a patient. The modules include: Straight-to-EHR, Community to-EHR- Delivery and Practice-to-CliniSync Publishing.
  • Hospital Suite: These services include project management, assessment of the existing system, custom-developed interfaces, rigorous testing and a community roll-out of electronic results to the physician community, including interfacing. 

To view the brochures and a series of fact sheets ranging from Meaningful Use  of EHRs to Medicaid and Medicare Incentives, click here. 

The Ohio Health Information Partnership is a nonprofit entity whose mission is to assist physicians and other providers with the adoption and implement of health information technology (HIT) throughout Ohio, specifically in the adoption and use of electronic health records. Funded through the Office of the National Coordinator of HIT within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,the Partnership is also are responsible for the creation of a technological infrastructure that will allow Ohio physicians, hospitals and healthcare professionals to electronically share patient health records across the state.

Founding members include the Ohio Osteopathic Association, the State of Ohio, BioOhio, the Ohio Hospital Association, and the Ohio State Medical Association.

 



< Back | Printer Friendly Page