Electronic Health Information (EHI) Export

Documentation Ehnote EHI Export

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  1. PHI (Protected Health Information) can be exported from EHR (Electronic Health Record) systems, enabling efficient information sharing between healthcare providers while protecting patient privacy and security. Ehnote provides export file users with access to export format documentation so they may handle EHI after it has been exported using Ehnote

    The user will gain an understanding of the files that are produced by the PHI Export by using this documentation guide. It will provide further insight to ensure that this vast amount of information is used effectively, as well as instructions on how to read the files and comprehend the meaning of fields and connections.

  2. An export will include a single patient, depending on the specifications. All the files will be downloaded individually once the export and download button is clicked

    A number of files including patient Investigations, Surgery consents, Referrals, Billings and Authorization files and Case history can be found in this collection.

    • These files will be exported as a PDF file. The naming structure will be "CaseSheet" – represents it as a case sheet + BranchId - _#### (clinic’s branch number) + Patientid – P#### + Appointmentdate - A#### (Date of the appointment) + Filetype – (.PDF)

      • #### - BranchId
      • P#### - PatientId
      • A#### - Appointment date
      • (.PDF) – File type

      For example, CaseSheet_731P518612_A2023-12-08.pdf (731- Branch Id, 518612 – PatientId, 2023-12-08 – Appointment date, .pdf – File type)

    • These files will be exported in their native image format. Generally, but not limited to PNG, and JPEG.

      The naming structure will be Name####_P###_2023####_ .png. Where ### is the patient name number, P### will be patient Id, 2023#### is the date of file upload and .png will be file name

      For example, Alice_P2546_2023-01-08.PNG (Alice – Patient name, P2546 – Patient Id, 2023-01-08 – Appointment date, .png – File type).

  3. Understanding how these files fit together to create a comprehensive picture for the resulting patient or patients) may be the most crucial aspect of using this collection of files. In summary, each file pertaining to a single patient will be shortened using the same P###_ patientidentifier, as previously mentioned.

    Taking a step down, and focusing on the PNG, JPEG and PDF files, it’s broken up into following categories. Investigations, Surgery consents, Referrals, Case sheets and Authorization file types.

    • These are all the .JPEG and .PNG files where if the file type is “Surgery”, “Investigation”, “Referrals” or “Authorization”. One may refer to their special identification as a surgery or investigation. The Patient Identifier, where the extension "P"### will be used, is the crucial field.

    • Patient case sheets are saved in .PDF formats, where patients entire clinical history for a particular appointment will be downloaded, The key field is the Patient Identifier where the extension “P”### will be followed with the Appointment date########

  4. There is no "one size fits all" set of fields in the software because of the extensive customization that is possible. That being said, each primary PDF file that is exported will have a companion file.PNG as well.JPEG files were downloaded

    These files are basic image files with .JPEG, .PNG extension. In PDF’s each row will have a field names that related to the case history along with the clinical data represented For example, as part of the *_Patient.PDF:

    DATA: Name of the clinic, patient demographics, Chief complaints, Review of systems, Assessments, Medications and other clinical data part of the appointment

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      • The function meets the requirements of the Electronic Health Information export criterion §170.315(b)(10) in the 2015 Edition Cures Update.
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