Little Rock, Arkansas August 2020
Written by Kristen Millsap and Ray Strange Arkansas Pediatric Clinic PCMH Leads
"As soon as the COVID virus was identified in the U.S. our health centers moved quickly to expand our connections with SHARE and to set up our new clinic in Dewitt," said Monica Lindley, CEO of the Mid-Delta Health Systems, Inc. "Their efforts have been critical to alerting us of ED and Inpatient discharges and positive COVID-19 tests of our patients in real-time."
August 2020 --Little Rock, Arkansas
“SHARE has assisted us by identifying emergency department visits and inpatient stays of our patients when they go to hospitals connected to SHARE including Arkansas Children’s Hospital and Saline Memorial Health System.” Cheryl Arnold, MHSA, FACMPE, Administrator
So, what is interoperability and why is it important in Healthcare? “Interoperability” is the ability for Healthcare technology systems and devices to exchange, interpret, and store data using common standards.
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July 2020 Conway, Arkansas
“Connectivity to SHARE required little effort from our practice and will assist us in following up on our patients after an unfortunate ED or Inpatient visit by one of our Children.” –Dr. Bryan Harvey, MD
July 2020 Rogers, Arkansas
July 2020 Little Rock
Dewitt Hospital, a critical access hospital in Arkansas County, and Ferguson Rural Health Clinic have activated the SHARE statewide health information exchange.
- 25+ Primary Care and Specialty Care clinics expand connections to seamlessly deliver continuity of care documents (CCDs) across the State for enhanced interoperability