What is the ePartnerViewer?
The ePartnerViewer is a clinical portal offered free to KHIE Participants. It affords clinicians in all disciplines the ability to securely access patient information at the point of care, over the internet, as a technical connection is not required.
The patient's health information is presented in a customizable view-only format that yields a comprehensive health history that's aggregated from multiple healthcare sources.
Which healthcare organizations contribute health information to the ePartnerViewer?
All Kentucky hospitals (100) and over 5500 ambulatory healthcare locations, representing more than 14,000 live data feeds, are connected through KHIE.
What kind of clinical Information is in the patient record?
- Lab Results
- Radiology Reports
- Clinical Summaries
- Office Visit
- H&P assessments
- KASPER, when provisioned through KASPER
- Medicaid Claims Data
- EMS Data
- Data from Kentucky's Correctional Facilities
What other Information can be found in the patient record?
A patient's known social determinants of health data such as Economic Stability, Education Access and Quality, Healhtcare Access and Quality, Neighborhood and Built Environment, and Social and Community Context can be found in the KHIE patient record. KHIE connects you to a patient's SDoH data from more than 10,000 payer and community-based organizations available across the state through a partnership with kynect resources, a community resource web portal.
Do I need an EMR to participate?
No, there is no technical connection required to access the ePartnerViewer. It can be accessed over the internet using a desktop, tablet, or mobile device, as long as you use one of the following supported web browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Apple Safari, and Microsoft Edge.
How much does it cost?
The ePartnerViewer is free to KHIE participating healthcare organizations that sign the KHIE Participation Agreement.
How do I sign up to get access?
Get Started with the KHIE Outreach Coordinator in your area.
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