Electronic Health Records
NextGen and Electronic Health Records
CRIHB provides technical assistance and support in the implementation of EPM and EHR, including:
1. Implementation planning
We are continually improving our processes and the assistance we provide as a result of our experience at each implementation. All implementations were funded by grants, which funded the purchase of the software and some of the hardware. Without this funding, the implementations could not have happened. In addition to being expensive, EHR implementation is an intensive process that affects every aspect of a clinic’s operations and working relationships. Our primary care clinics do not have the infrastructure to do this alone; CRIHB provides mentoring, assists leadership, and provides technical assistance services and coordination to augment the clinics’ limited resources.
1. Business Efficiencies – By implementing the NextGen EPM, our Tribal Health Programs will have the business tools, and training, to improve their business processes. The EHR will automate the clinical process to simultaneously decrease costs of care, while improving the quality and outcomes of that care.
EHR technical assistance is available to contracted tribal programs which have made arrangements with CRIHB to receive services.
To request technical assistance regarding EHR implementation
To request assistance with patient data reports
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