Tips for Using the SYNCRONYS HIE Clinical Portal

Tips for users of the SYNCRONYS HIE Clinical Portal

Terri Stewart, Chief Administrative Officer, reviews Customer Satisfaction Survey results, and April Salisbury, Director of Onboarding and Training, presents information and tips for users of the SYNCRONYS HIE clinical portal, with an emphasis on navigating the patient record when unmerged records exist for the same person.  Excerpts of the webinar will be made available in…

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Collaboration and Coordination of Mental Health

Kate Dowd, from Collective Medical discusses why hospitals and ambulatory providers and clinics that provide mental health services and/or primary care should join SYNCRONYS to learn how we can work together to: drive awareness and action for individual’s holistic mental health needs across acute and ambulatory settings deliver mental health insights from ambulatory and behavioral…

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The Value of Using SYNCRONYS to Address Hepatitis C in New Mexico

Chronic hepatitis C can be a serious disease resulting in long-term health problems, including liver damage, liver failure, cirrhosis, liver cancer, and even death. It is the most common reason for liver transplantation in the United States. There were 15,713 deaths related to hepatitis C virus reported to CDC in 2018, but this is believed…

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Advance Care Planning and the SYNCRONYS HIE

2021-06-22 ACP-SYNC-VyncaGuest presenters Lori Griego, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, and Peter Shields, Vynca, explain the purpose and use of the Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (M.O.S.T.) form, how to help patients complete it, and the new Vynca tool newly integrated with the SYNCRONYS health information exchange clinical portal. By using the tool, healthcare providers can…

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Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Management Use Case, Highlighting Collective Medical

Our featured guest speaker, Kate Dowd, BSW, MA, Senior Clinical Solutions Lead for Collective Medical describes how SYNCRONYS and Collective Medical are working together to: Reduce the number of New Mexico residents suffering from SUD Help providers facilitate SUD patient transitions from acute care into medication assisted treatment (MAT) facilities Guide opioid prescribing behaviors through…

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Welcome to SYNCRONYS!

New Mexico’s statewide, nonprofit, health information exchange has a new name, SYNCRONYS. More than a new brand, the moniker represents new partnerships, funding, interoperability goals and solutions.  Learn what your HIE has been doing to improve health care in New Mexico.

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