It's here: Ohio now has a Community Health Record for physicians.
We're pleased to announce the debut of our Community Health Record -- the latest in technological advances for the CliniSync Health Information Exchange and the state of Ohio.
This new solution allows physicians and other authorized personnel caring for a patient to search for a consenting patient's name and retrieve pertinent medical information from hospitals now participating in CliniSync. Not just a local hospital, not just hospitals in a specific region, but all hospitals connected to the exchange across Ohio, even into bordering Kentucky.
We have 6.5 million unique patient records, and the Community Health Record is now debuting in Portsmouth and Cleveland, with plans to roll it out in West Central Ohio, Dayton and Columbus in June and July. To read more, click here.
We've hosted five webinars on the Meaningful Use Modifications for 2015-2017 proposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Close to 300 individuals watched the live webinars and gave our MU experts -- Cathy Costello and Scott Mash -- high grades for their thoughtful presentation. Below please find a PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation, an online recording of the full presentation as well as the five Q & A sessions that followed.