Ambulatory Care Summaries Now Available in CORHIO Health Information Exchange Network

Date: March 29th, 2017Category: CORHIO e-NewsletterTopics: Care Coordination, CORHIO Network, Care Summaries


CORHIO is now displaying thousands of clinical documents, such as Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs) and OASIS assessments, from a number of physician practices, health clinics, and other ambulatory providers in our secure web portal PatientCare 360.

CORHIO is pleased to announce that clinical documents are now available from the following practices in PatientCare 360. These documents are available on the documents tab as static PDFs within the portal.

  1. Salud Family Health Centers

  2. Little Women’s Pediatrics & Gynecology

  3. Dr. Sean O’Donnell

  4. Castle Valley Children’s Clinic

  5. Dove Creek Community Health Clinic

  6. Dr. Laura Reich

  7. Dr. Lawrence Wang

  8. Rocky Mountain Medical and Health Care 

  9. Southwest Midwives 

  10. Lowry Pediatrics 

  11. Prowers Medical Center 

  12. The Family Practice 

  13. Rio Grande Clinics 

  14. Academy Women's Healthcare

  15. Value Care Health Clinic

  16. Suzanne Rosenberg, MD

These providers are participating in one of the following programs, which are focused on increasing health information exchange in Colorado:

  • Colorado Care Connections Program - a partnership between CORHIO, Quality Health Network and Colorado’s Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
  • Colorado Advanced Interoperability Initiative program – a grant awarded last year from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to Colorado Dept. of Health Policy & Financing, working with CORHIO and Quality Health Network
  • Community Health Partnership - the Regional Care Collaborative Organization based in Colorado Springs enhancing data exchange in the area

For CORHIO PatientCare 360 users: to learn more about CCDs, download the “Accessing and Creating Care Summaries” Quick Reference Guide.

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