HEALTHeLINK Media Kit
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New state policy allows doctors access to younger patients’ electronic health data
Jan-30-2017 — A change in state policy now allows participating providers to securely access data through Western New York’s clinical information exchange for patients ages 10 to 17.
NY Clarifies Minor Patient Data Access, Maintains Security
Jan-18-2017 — Qualified providers can now have secure patient data access through a clinical information exchange for minor patients.
Minors' health data OK'd for link
Jan-10-2017 — Getting minors' medical records in HEALTHeLINK, the regional system for sharing health information electronically among hospitals and doctors, has been a problem for the health data exchange.
New York Rule Change Allows Clinicians to Access Minors’ PHI via State HIE
Jan-06-2017 — Healthcare providers that participate in the Western New York health information exchange – HEALTHeLINK – are now able to access the health information of minors aged between 10 and 17 after the passing of a new rule covering patient data access through qualified information exchanges.
HEALTHeLINK Providers Can Now Access Patient Data for Minors
Jan-05-2017 — Providers participating on Western New York’s health information exchange (HIE) — HEALTHeLINK—can now access data for minor patients 10 to 17 years of age.
PHYSICIANS NOW HAVE ACCESS TO MINOR PATIENT HEALTH DATA THROUGH CLINICAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Jan-04-2017 — As a result of a change in New York State policy, participating providers can now securely access data through Western New York’s clinical information exchange for minor patients 10 – 17 years of age.
New law enables New York clinicians to access patient data for minors via state HIE
Jan-04-2017 — The rule will help make available accurate and up-to-date information for minors who may see several physicians, or whose caregivers don't have their medical history on-hand.
Health info share now includes minors
Jan-04-2017 — Health-eLink, Western New York's clinical information exchange, is now allowing participating healthcare providers to access medical information about minors between the ages of 10 and 17.
Is an electronic world a safer world?
Oct-31-2016 — Security breaches of electronic health records are the exception, not the rule, insist the gatekeepers of patient data.
More patients across NYS opt-in to shared electronic records
Jul-28-2016 — Health-care professionals across New York now have access to medical records on nearly 9 million patients, including more than 832,000 who have opted in from Western New York.
HEALTHeLINK helps doctors get better patient information, make better decisions
May-02-2016 — “What I found out pretty quickly is that doctors knew what they knew, and what their close network of associates knew, but beyond that there was not a lot of ability for them to use technology to figure out what was going on with my little girl,” Porreca said.
More Practices Join HEALTHeLINK, Western New York's Clinical Information Exchange
Apr-18-2016 — HEALTHeLINK today announced several practices and health care organizations as the newest participants in Western New York's clinical information exchange.
Fredonia practice joins HEALTHeLINK
Apr-08-2016 — Buffalo - HEALTHeLINK has announced Fredonia-based J. and E. Medical Specialties PC is the newest participant in Western New York's clinical information exchange.
More Niagara County practices join HEALTHeLINK, Western New York's clinical information exchange
Apr-07-2016 — HEALTHeLINK today announced several Niagara County practices and health care organizations as the newest participants in Western New York's clinical information exchange.
Another Voice: HEALTHeLINK is working, but it needs more people using it
Mar-31-2016 — Ten years since it was established through the collaboration of the region’s major hospital systems and health plans, HEALTHeLINK is working to improve the quality of patient care, enhance patient safety and minimize health care costs.
With I-STOP now law, local company says electronic medical networking is safe, secure
Mar-29-2016 — It's the first week in New York State of a fully-implemented law known as I-STOP. It's a law that supporters say prevents attempts at acquiring fraudulent prescriptions by taking the process entirely online. Meanwhile, one local company that oversees an online network says their system is safe and secure.