Post Rock will soon be a part of the Kansas Health Information Exchange (KHIE). This program will provide a smoother flow of information between medical providers regarding patient information. This is a new program and Post Rock is excited to be on the cutting edge for medical clinics. KHIE will run the Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN) which will be a virtual file share of medical information. Much like protected information can be shared between Post Rocks offices, patient information will be securely stored and available to other Kansas participants.
The intent of this program is to further develop patient care in a way that promotes prompt, efficient, and exact exchange of information from one medical provider to another. This network is very new and is just moving out of the development stages to be implemented at a few clinics and at some of the larger medical facilities in Kansas City, Wichita, Topeka, and of course, Rooks County!
We are proud to be a part of this new technology and look to utilize every way to make care for our patients the best it can be, regardless of potential cost.
We understand that some of you may have questions about the program. You can call us to ask about KHIN and KHIE or you can check out www.khie.org.
Our Notice of Privacy Practices has also changed as a result of these updates. Please know that your information will become a part of the state network automatically. If you do not wish this to be the case, then you must visit the KHIE website to exclude yourself.
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