University Hospitals launches single sign on technology for clinicians

Monday, September 11, 2017
CLEVELAND – University Hospitals (UH) clinicians are the first in Northeast Ohio to have access to the Community Health Record through CliniSync’s single sign on technology, making access to critical information from other health care facilities more efficient and timely than ever before.
“A more complete picture of a person’s health allows our providers to create comprehensive plans that deliver safe, quality, effective care to our patients,” says Jeffrey Sunshine, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Information Officer, University Hospitals. “This new feature of UHCare’s electronic medical record is the big picture of our patient’s health across Ohio, instead of relying on paperwork or memory.”
Accessible directly through the UHCare Ambulatory electronic medical record, CliniSync connects UH providers to patient care information from more than 155 participating hospitals and nearly 5,000 clinicians throughout Ohio. One example of how providers plan to leverage the system is to track patient’s health when they are away at college. 

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