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PatientSite: Experiences with Shared Health Records. PatientSite Project. Goals: Patient involvement Patient access to information Secure communication 2 person-years 50% planning and infrastructure 50% programming US$ $250,000 to pilot go-live April 2000. Mail : Secure

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patientsite project
PatientSite Project

Goals:

Patient involvement

Patient access to information

Secure communication

2 person-years

50% planning and infrastructure

50% programming

US$ $250,000 to pilot go-live April 2000

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Mail:

  • Secure
  • Automated routing
  • Task assignment

Services:

  • Prescription refills
  • Appointment requests
  • Referrals
  • View bill

Records:

  • Secure
  • Visit history
  • Meds/Problems/Results
  • Personal records

Education:

  • Info prescriptions
  • Patient selected links
  • Predefined collections
  • Videos
security
Security
  • Secure Communication
    • Encrypted connections
    • Secure Messaging
    • Audited (Audit trail available to patient)
patient access to record
Patient Access to Record

What should they see?

When should they see it?

Who else should have access?

How should we present it?

personal health record
Personal Health Record

Patient-entered and maintained

Data types:

Text

Numeric data

Documents and other objects

educational partners
Educational Partners

PreOp – Patient Education

PostCare – Recovery Series

UpToDate – Provider Edition

UpToDate – Patient Edition

Medical Dictionary

Multum – medication information database

Lab Test Online

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19,200 Patients

  • 168 Attendings (+ 17 NP’s)
  • 320 Office Staff
messaging volume
Messaging Volume

Clinical messages: 27.8*

Prescription renewals: 3.1*

Referrals: 2.1*

Appointment requests: 2.6*

*monthly volume per 100 patients

patients
Patients

Wide diversity

57% female

Median age ~43

4% over 70 years old

patient drivers
Patient Drivers

Secure Messaging with Provider

Access to Medical Records

Convenience

Request Appointments

Medication Refills

Referrals to Specialists

Review Bills Online

Education

Disease specific content by experts at CareGroup

Links to medication information

Personalized drug interaction information

summary
Summary

Rapid Growth

Enthusiastic Use by Patients

Strong Provider Acceptance

Patients have not abused direct access to providers

Significant evidence confirms value to patients, providers and institutions

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