Clinical health information exchanges were created to be used for the bi-directional exchange of clinical information about mutual patients; this means that if you take something from the clinical exchange, so that other future treating providers can see a comprehensive clinical history about the patient, you are required to give something back. When all providers do this, over time, patient information will become more and more comprehensive and consistently available to all treating physicians. Over time, this expectation will become more routine but practices are still learning to adopt to the HIE expectations. Listen to our Chief Health Innovation Officer speak to the importance of electronic medical record ecosystem and what is required to participate in today’s medical records exchange.
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