HIE Future is bright – Automated not Manual

I think it’s important to celebrate what we have today when sharing health information. They are not yet amazing, but they are better than a few years ago. However, there is also a bright future for sharing health information. I want to extend the future transition from “manual” to “automatic” as a trend that has begun.

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Now, we have a health information exchange that allows service providers to send secure e-mail messages to other service providers. This conscious mind, usually when referring to a patient or when prompted by a patient. This is the main skill of PUSH. The word “primary” should not be considered as easy or worthless. There is a tremendous development that allows us to say that this possibility exists and that it is often found everywhere. We need to celebrate to get to that point. But we should not stop here.

The Submission of Health Information Form also allows the provider to post a document created in the hope that it will be useful to a person. It’s available, but who has the extra time to post in the hope that someone will find it useful in the future. However, this request form contains documents that are useful.

Most of these documents are not documents that are written and published. Most of these documents are documents that someone asked if they existed and the document was created. Then, even in the query form, it is a useful step to ask if a document exists, followed by a document taken at that time. It is “on demand” or “delay-document-assembly”. In-demand status publishes a typical document as available, which when it is created creates a new document from the current information. The Delayed-Document-Assembly implements specific specific functions that create a specific document during recovery. The big difference is that “On Demand” has been created from the latest information, while “Delayed Assembly Document” is organized from historical information.

The part of the manual in this case is that the recipient automatically targets the network to see if anyone has documents for a particular patient.

The leader is not bad. The directory is the first step. We need to go through the manual to get automated. It’s time …

The future is automated.
Every manual use of HIE deliberately attempts to act and use HIE. It’s really a bad user experience. What we really want is the capacity of HIE and the availability of patient data is automated. There should be no endeavor to use HIE. If HIE is useful, the system should only use HIE.

When referring to the appointment or procedure of the patient, the system should get all available data. They not only collect them, but process them with useful information, perhaps with the help of a new IHE mXDE profile.
If the patient is in the registry office, the “system” should collect all the data.
Unfair activities are found and related authorities involved. As providers using broken glass or unusual billing patterns, or drug-seeking patients. These styles are not visible to any organization, but can be seen in one region.
When a CarePlan decision is made for the patient, the system should look for potential experts in the local environment that are covered by the patient’s health plan and have the characteristics expressed by the patient.
As CarePlan develops, CareTeam members should be aware accordingly. The notification depends on its functionality. For some, the patient is listed on his list. Some of these will take a few hours.
When a clinical research project begins and the patient shows interest, past patient preferences (in the smart-insurance block chain) will be involved. This is the patient will express interest and condition. This may mean that the patient can use his or her fully identifiable data, the slightly modified data used. Includes contact conditions and notification requirements.

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