Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Providers In Soutwest Virginia Take Part In the Tennesse Direct Project Pilot Study
In this project, CareSpark, a non-profit regional health information exchange supported by the Tennessee State HIE, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) seek to demonstrate Direct Project-based health information exchange between a federal agency and providers in a private-sector HIE. The main focus will be on facilitating an improved process for exchanging referrals and consultation reports between VA providers and private-sector providers in east Tennessee and southwest Virginia. It will demonstrate two Direct Project user stories: the primary care referral to specialist and the specialist who sends summary care information back to the referring provider. Text-based mammography interpretation reports will be exchanged utilizing source code made available from the Direct Project workgroups. The project scope will also demonstrate the routing of mammography referrals from the VA to the private sector provider. It is also the intent of the participants that this project once fully vetted could be expanded to additional VA sites. The pilot will exchange information between two different Health Information Service Providers, or HISPs: the VA and CareSpark.
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