QHN Achieves HITRUST Risk-based, 2-year Certification
QHN Achieves HITRUST Risk-based, 2-year Certification to Further Mitigate Risk in Third-Party Privacy, Security, and Compliance Quality Health Network (QHN) is proud to announce that our Health Information Exchange (HIE) Network has earned Certified status for information security by HITRUST. HITRUST Risk-based, 2-year (r2) Certified status demonstrates that QHN’s HIE has met key regulations and […]
Meet Janet Rowland!
Janet Rowland | Mesa County Commissioner Please meet Janet Rowland, the newest addition to the QHN Board of Directors! Janet is a Mesa County Commissioner from District 3. To the QHN board, Janet will bring a wealth of experience in building community partnerships to solve problems along with 26 years in the human services field, […]
Meet Dr. Lisa Latts!
Lisa Latts | Chief Medical Officer, RMHP Please welcome Lisa Latts to the QHN Board of Directors! To our Board, Lisa will bring varying perspectives based on her unique experiences in many different sectors of the health care system. She has been a practicing provider, worked for a health plan, as an employer, for health […]
Why a Community Collaboration Will Change Lives: Created By the Community, For the Community
Serving as western CO’s health information exchange for more than 15 years meant that we were able to witness firsthand the personal stories from local organizations and their incredible community caregivers. Their experiences encouraged us to find a way to use our information exchange expertise to find a solution. Two years and hundreds of community […]
Good News! We just made COVID-19 test results a lot easier to communicate in western CO
Mako, the lab performing COVID-19 testing at the Mesa County Fairgrounds community sampling site is now LIVE in QHN! This data connection is critical to getting individual COVID-19 lab results directly to healthcare providers. Before this connection, the patient shouldered the burden of delivering their results to their provider. QHN does the hard stuff […]
Meet Dr. Michael Pramenko!
Please meet Dr. Michael Pramenko, the latest addition to our QHN board of directors! Mike has flourished as a well-known healthcare leader and Primary Care Physician in Grand Junction since 1998. To the QHN board, Michael brings vast experience in health care delivery and policy. A 26-year resident of Mesa County, he’s excited to join […]
Why a Community Collaboration Will Change Lives: Sarah’s Struggle
Hungry, desperate, and facing eviction, single mom Sarah can drive to the Hilltop Resource Center where they will refer her to the Grand Junction Housing Authority for help with a roof over her family’s heads, and they can direct her to the food bank to supplement the month’s grocery budget. But her doctor, who she […]
Why a Community Collaboration Will Change Lives: The Refrigerator
All it took was a refrigerator. It was a $6,000+ refrigerator, but it led to a breakthrough in western Colorado. A woman appeared several weeks in a row at an ER in Delta County with her diabetes out-of-control. Each time, doctors treated and discharged her with medications. On the third visit, they asked why she […]
Ditching the Fax Machine: How Can We Open More Doors for Our Clients?
Mind Springs is using CRN to provide better, faster care When it comes to caring for patients at Mind Springs Health, the Community Resource Network (CRN) is enabling care providers to open more doors for their patients and in turn offer more assistance leading to better outcomes. The CRN platform is a community-driven collaboration system […]
Let’s talk about consent in CRN
When it comes to consent in CRN, you have several options Did you know that CRN provides you with options to serve your client without committing to more formal coordination? Ongoing coordination will require consent, but your client can choose whatever level of consent they are most comfortable with. See the graphic below for details!