Clinical Data Repository (CDR) Application for Behavioral Health Providers

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Clinical Data Repository (CDR) Application for Behavioral Health Providers

October 2018 -- Behavioral health providers contracted with Medicaid can now access OneHealthPort, Washington state’s Provider Data Service and Health Information Exchange (HIE) system, for a more comprehensive view of a client’s engagement in care.

Behavioral health providers can access the CDR at no cost to look up client utilization history and to view uploaded clinical summary documents. As an additional service, providers on the CDR may connect their EHR platforms so clinical information can be stored, accessed, and aggregated in one location. For example, a behavioral health provider can access the CDR to identify a client’s engagement in the healthcare delivery system to enhance coordination with other providers involved in client care.

To learn more about the CDR and how it can benefit your practice contact Deb Hemler , Vice President of Development with OneHealthPort.

Audience
Care Managers
Executives
Operations
Practice Manager
Quality Improvement Managers
Practice Type
Behavioral Health
Resource type
Tools
Authors
Pierce County ACH's Strategic Improvement Team
Publication date
Sponsoring organization
OneHealthPort
Policy and Reference
Implementation