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Autism in Motion Clinics are now Coordinating Care Delivery Via SHARE’s Virtual Health Record

Thu, 08/22/2019 - 11:13 -- Whitney Mayo

 

August 2019 --Little Rock, Arkansas        

The State Health Alliance for Records Exchange (SHARE) is excited to announce that Autism in Motion Clinics is now using SHARE, one of the country’s largest and most robust health information exchanges (HIE). Autism in Motion Clinic’s care teams are now accessing clinical information across participating entities for patients who have authorized sharing their medical information. This allows them to have accurate supplies, equipment and products for their patients that range from children to young adults.

Accessing patient information through this secure exchange allows Autism in Motion Clinics significant access to better coordination with hospitals, family doctors and pediatricians across the state to see a more robust picture of their patients’ medical histories, producing efficient and safe continuity of care. They now have the ability to access the Virtual Health Record (VHR), which displays information as a traditional clinical chart, with tabs to separate patient information into groups for easy chart review. The VHR retrieves and shows all available data for a selected patient gathered from all participants within SHARE to enable a single, consolidated view of a patient’s health history.

Autism in Motion Clinics can now view the following patient data through SHARE’s VHR:

  • Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) reports
  • Allergies, Problems, Medications
  • Demographic and Insurance information
  • Laboratory results
  • Radiology reports, image links
  • Discharge Summaries
  • Continuity of Care Documents
  • Progress Notes
  • Immunizations
  • Vitals

In Arkansas, where many large and small health systems use different electronic health record (EHR) systems, this is a particularly important milestone because the single interface to SHARE enables Autism in Motion Clinics to better coordinate with providers and patients in Arkansas.

Using the VHR option, Autism in Motion Clinics have an up-to-the-minute view of a patient’s health history at the point of care. This puts the power of information and collaboration in the hands of the health care team—enabling more accurate, faster and more effective treatment, and better outcomes for the patient.

About Autism in Motion Clinics:

Autism in Motion Clinics practices therapy that is always one-on-one. Their patients range from toddlers to young adults. They also spend between 15-30 hours per week with each patient. Their mission is to ensure every child with autism has the opportunity to live a happy, fulfilling life. They believe intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy will give them that chance. ABA immerses children in a caring, positive environment, where they work one-on-one with a therapist on a treatment schedule specially tailored for them. They've brought ABA therapy to places it's never been available and transformed the story of autism for the kids and families they serve. They promote the statement that autism defines a disorder, not a person.

Autism in Motion Clinics was born out of a need for better autism care for children in Arkansas. They strive to provide the highest quality service and are constantly looking to bring life-changing therapy to more people in more places.

Bryant, Arkansas

Their Bryant clinic offers state-of-the-art facilities for children to have one-on-one time with therapists. They offer a spacious and accommodating waiting area for parents.

22461 I-30 Frontage Road, Suite 1100B
Bryant, AR 72022

501-574-3053

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Their Fayetteville Clinic was designed with kids, teens and parents in mind. They offer children a place to play and learn with state-of-the-art facilities, so they get the most out of their one-on-one time with therapists. Adults can relax or get some work done in their waiting room while kids can play or read.

2846 Garland Avenue,
Fayetteville, AR 72704
479-439-6906

 

Little Rock, Arkansas

They want their space to be as comfortable for parents as it is for children. Little Rock features kid-friendly therapy areas designed to keep children engaged and foster learning and interaction, and their spacious waiting area helps parents pass the time.

1210 Aldersgate Road,
Little Rock, AR 72205
501-574-3053

 

 

Norman, Oklahoma

They know parents need a space to relax or get some work done while their child is receiving care. At their Norman clinic, they have designed their waiting room with parents in mind, while children will have access to their state-of-the art amenities during their one-on-one sessions with therapists.

2240 36th Avenue NW, Suite 100,
Norman, OK 73072

405-253-0071

For more information visit: https://aimclinics.com/