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Scheduled Maintenance 

                  **************Next Scheduled Downtime*****************                   

​The downtime is expected to last from 7:00pm - 8:30pm ​​EST Friday, June 3, 2022.  

During this maintenance window, you will not be able to access the ePartnerViewer.

Additionally, during the downtime, there will be a disruption in the following services:

  • ​Participant data will not flow through the KHIE system.  
  • CMS Notifications will not be sent to Participants.
  • Event Notifications will not be sent to Participants.
  • ePartnerViewer portal will not be available.

Once the maintenance has been successfully performed, the system will be back online and available for use.  We appreciate your patience during this time.  We recognize the value KHIE brings to you and want you to know that we are working to ensure the KHIE ePartnerViewer performs optimally.  If you experience any issues logging back in, contact the KHIE Support Desk at (877) 651-2505 or email us at KHIESupport@ky.gov.

​COVID-19 

​Latest Reporting Requirements from the Kentucky Department for Public Health 3-28-2022

****The Kentucky Department for Public Health is aware of changes to the CARES Act reporting requirements for SARS-CoV-2 laboratory results that will be in effect on April 4th discontinuing the reporting requirement for negative results from non-NAATs.  However, this does not impact SARS-CoV-2 reporting for the state of Kentucky.  According to 902 KAR 2:020, the reporting of both positive and negative SARS-CoV-2 antigen test results is still required for all Kentucky residents.  KDPH ask that all facilities continue to report in the manner that is consistent with state regulation.*****

Ongoing Scheduled Maintenance 


          **************Scheduled Downtime*****************                   


​Temporarily, on Friday evenings, the KHIE ePartnerViewer will undergo scheduled maintenance to improve performance. 


The  downtime is expected to last approximately one and one-half hours from 7:00pm - 8:30pm EST.  During this maintenance window, you will not be able to access the ePartnerViewer. Once the maintenance has been successfully performed, the system will be back online and available for use. We appreciate your patience during this time. We recognize the value KHIE brings to you and want you to know that we are working to ensure the KHIE ePartnerViewer performs optimally. If you experience any issues logging back in, contact the KHIE Support Desk at (877) 651-2505 or email us at KHIESupport@ky.gov


Reporting Positive Toxicology Screens

Pursuant to KRS 218A.202(4), a Kentucky licensed acute care hospital or critical access hospital is required to report to the Cabinet all positive toxicology screens that were performed by the hospital's emergency department to evaluate a patient's suspected drug overdose.  Click here​ to learn more. 

​Special Incentive Opportunities

The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE), in collaboration with the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), Kentucky Department for Medicaid Services (DMS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), is excited to offer three separate incentive opportunities to help healthcare facilites mitigate the many challenges and barriers associated with the electronic exchange of health information. 



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COVID-19 Onboarding

​Latest Reporting Requirements from the Kentucky Department for Public Health

****The Kentucky Department for Public Health is aware of changes to the CARES Act reporting requirements for SARS-CoV-2 laboratory results that will be in effect on April 4th discontinuing the reporting requirement for negative results from non-NAATs.  However, this does not impact SARS-CoV-2 reporting for the state of Kentucky.  According to 902 KAR 2:020, the reporting of both positive and negative SARS-CoV-2 antigen test results is still required for all Kentucky residents.  We ask that all facilities continue to report in the manner that is consistent with state regulation.*****

We are expediting the process of onboarding for manually reporting COVID-19 test results through the ePartnerViewer and for setting up an interface for the electronic submission of COVID-19 lab results. To begin the process, complete this Lab Intake Form.  A KHIE Resource Analyst will follow up with you upon receipt of the completed form.  You may also reach out to us at  KHIElabs@ky.gov.

                

CMS Conditions of Participation (CoPs)    Hospital Electronic Patient Event              Notifications                   

Learn how KHIE can help your Hospital meet this requirement,

CMS CoP Hospital Electronic Patient Event Notifications  requires hospitals to make electronic patient event notifcations available to applicable post-acute care services providers and suppliers, and to community practitioners such as the patient's established primary care practitioner, established primary care practice group or entity, or other practitioner or practice group or entity identified by the patient as primarily responsible for his or her care. View the KHIE Webinar Slides 1.7.2021 CMS CoP Hospital Electronic Patient Event Notifications

Promoting Interoperability                        (Meaningful Use) 

KHIE's robust health information exchange fulfills Promoting Interoperability objectives of the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Program.  To meet these public health reporting objectives, eligible providers and eligible hospitals must connect with KHIE. 

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