What is QHN?
CONNECTING PEOPLE
Changing Lives
Quality Health Network
Connecting People
For Better Health
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CUSTOMER RESOURCES

QHN DASHBOARD -NOVEMBER 2020

THERE ARE
OVER

0
HIE USERS IN THE QHN SERVICE AREA

WE HAVE
SUPPORTED OVER

0
PATIENT LIVES TO DATE

WE HAVE
COLLECTED OVER

0
MESSAGES TO DATE

WE HAVE
DELIVERED OVER

0
ADT ALERTS TO DATE
MORE THAN
0
%
OF AREA PROVIDERS AND
0
%
OF AREA HOSPITALS PARTICIPATE

Hospitals, providers, post-acute care facilities, home care agencies and other health service providers are using QHN’s system in creative and innovative ways to improve the quality and efficiency of care and the way care is coordinated.

PATIENTS

Our HIE gives your authorized medical care team access to information like test results, lab and radiology results, medication history and insurance eligibility – when and where it’s needed – to help you stay healthy and receive the best possible healthcare.

PROVIDERS

QHN can deliver data directly to, or receive data from, the electronic health record (EHR) systems of participating providers. Our clinical messaging architecture supports integration to third-party EHR systems, based on a standardized HL7 and CDA specifications, and can accommodate other formats if needed. Lab results, radiology reports, transcribed notes, and other data types from other participating providers and hospitals can be delivered directly to your clinical inbox.

Social Determinants of Health

It’s established that 70-80% of determinants of health outcomes can be attributed to socio-economic, environment influence and behavioral health challenges – medical care is only 10%! There are a lot of resources available — largely provided by taxpayers — to help people overcome barriers to good health. But the system is siloed and hard to navigate, which places the burden on the person in crisis.

QHN Connects People for Better Health

Our award-winning health information exchange (HIE) helps medical and behavioral health providers in western Colorado securely share patient data that enhances care coordination, reduces duplication of services and identifies individuals at risk so that efforts can be focused where they are needed most. In addition, our Community Resource Network (CRN) is a person-centric, Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)-focused community information exchange (CIE) integrated with our HIE. By incorporating medical, behavioral and social data, CRN helps fill the gaps in care to improve the well-being of people in our communities.