HEALTH E-SERVICE PLATFORM

Health eServices is composed of industry-based health information technology practitioners and noted academic researchers. We are highly experienced in health IT, data exchange standards, compliance assessment, and testing.

We seek to help entities resolve challenging technologies, policies, and regulatory issues involved with effective sharing of client health information. We seek to provide comprehensive guidance on data standards, regulatory requirements, and sustainable technology practices.

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ADVANCED
Health eService consultants have been at the forefront of health information systems research and development. We have built long-running health information management systems and electronic patient engagement technologies from the ground up,
EXPERIENCED
The Health IT alphabet soup of interoperability and health information system Integration can be extremely hard to navigate. Health e-Services can help you affordably make sense of Meaningful Use requirements, leverage health information exchange opportunities, and determine where to begin in adopting health information systems and services.
ACTIVATED
Health care providers of all types need assistance in implementing patient activation programs that take advantage of the assessment and reporting efficiency of patient portals and personal health information systems. We can help implement frameworks and technologies for increased patient engagement, education and activation requirements.
HEALTH ECONSULTATION
Health eConsultation educational material and website information are provided primarily through free resources, although some sites mentioned might require further registration and payment for particular membership or services.
HEALTH EPROFILE
Plain and simple. The personal health data you store in your Health e-Profile is yours. We won't sell it, look at it, or ask you about it unless YOU want us to help you put your data to work for you. Health e-Profile is your service for storing and managing ALL of your personal health data.
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Health IT Articles Posted and Curated by Health eServices
OCR Guidance on Ensuring Equal Access to Emergency...

OCR Guidance on Ensuring Equal Access to Emergency...

16 September 2018
As Hurricane Florence makes landfall, the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and its federal partners remain in close coordination to help ensure that emergency officials effectively address the needs of at-risk...

As Hurricane Florence makes landfall, the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and its federal partners remain in close coordination to help ensure that emergency officials effectively address the needs of at-risk populations as part of disaster response. If you believe that a person or organization covered by the Privacy and Security Rules (a "covered entity") violated your health information privacy rights or otherwise violated the Privacy or Security Rules, you may file a complaint with OCR. For additional information about how to file a complaint, visit OCR's web page on filing complaints at http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/complaints/index.html.

Why it's Important to Check Your Health Records

Why it's Important to Check Your Health Records

23 June 2019
From the HHS Office for Civil Rights website: Ask your doctor. You have the right to see and get copies of your health information - PDF. In most cases, you can get a copy the way you want it, such as by...

From the HHS Office for Civil Rights website: Ask your doctor. You have the right to see and get copies of your health information - PDF. In most cases, you can get a copy the way you want it, such as by e-mail. While your doctor normally has up to 30 days to provide you a copy of your information, your doctor often can provide the information much sooner than that. If your doctor offers a web portal, you may be able to easily view and download your health information whenever you want.

Have you considered your privacy rights when using birth...

Have you considered your privacy rights when using birth...

29 December 2018
Abstract from the article titled, "Before Using Birth Control Apps Consider Your Privacy" posted on Wired.com: "Natural Cycles’ privacy policy states that in using the app each user...

Abstract from the article titled, "Before Using Birth Control Apps Consider Your Privacy" posted on Wired.com: "Natural Cycles’ privacy policy states that in using the app each user grants the company and any of its partners broad rights to “use, reproduce, distribute, modify, adapt, prepare derivative works of, publicly display, publicly perform, communicate to the public, and otherwise utilize and exploit a user's anonymized information.”

Why are wearables not better targeted toward the people...

Why are wearables not better targeted toward the people...

2 August 2018
SUBJECTIVE: Abstract from the article titled, "Wearable Are Totally Failing The People Who Need Them Most" posted on Wired Magazine: "As the Internet of Things becomes an actual thing, more steps...

SUBJECTIVE: Abstract from the article titled, "Wearable Are Totally Failing The People Who Need Them Most" posted on Wired Magazine: "As the Internet of Things becomes an actual thing, more steps are being counted, more sleep patterns are being logged, more activities are being appified. What isn’t appearing in the data is much common sense or ambition. Instead, developers continue flocking to a saturated market filled with hipster pet rocks, devices that gather reams of largely superficial information for young people whose health isn’t in question, or at risk."

Why We Need to Remain Aware about Who is Collecting our...

Why We Need to Remain Aware about Who is Collecting our...

11 April 2018
SUBJECTIVE: In an article reported by CNBC's Christina Farr it is reported that, "Facebook has asked several major U.S. hospitals to share anonymized data about their patients, such as...

SUBJECTIVE: In an article reported by CNBC's Christina Farr it is reported that, "Facebook has asked several major U.S. hospitals to share anonymized data about their patients, such as illnesses and prescription info, for a proposed research project. Facebook was intending to match it up with user data it had collected, and help the hospitals figure out which patients might need special care or treatment." 

The Guide to Getting & Using Your Health Records

The Guide to Getting & Using Your Health Records

5 April 2018
This newly published web guide from ONC titled, "The Guide to Getting & Using Your Health Records: The steps, tips, and tools you’ll need to get, check, and use your health record" helps...

This newly published web guide from ONC titled, "The Guide to Getting & Using Your Health Records: The steps, tips, and tools you’ll need to get, check, and use your health record" helps to instruct consumers on how to get their health record from healthcare providers, their rights to those records, and some specific ways in which to get a hold of that information.

Sharing Sensitive Health Information: Protect Your Privacy and Improve Your Health
31 March 2018

Sharing Sensitive Health Information: Protect Your Privacy and Improve Your Health

A guide from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

This 2-page ONC published graphic novel (aka comic book) is a short guide that helps illustrate why protecting your health privacy is important and issues to consider when sharing sensitive health information.

Is It Legal to Record Your Visit with the Doctor?
15 May 2018

Is It Legal to Record Your Visit with the Doctor?

Journal of the American Medical Association with an updated article from the BMJ

In the article titled, "Can Patients Make Recordings of Medical Encounters?" from the JAMA Network authors Elwyn, Barr, and Castaldo discuss some of the broader legalities of making a recording while visiting your doctor.

Making a recording that you can add to your personal health record can be a great way of maintaining documentation and accountability for your care, as well as assist you and your family in remembering instructions given to you by your care provider.

Understanding the legalities can help ensure this is a positive experience for both you and your doctor and will allow you to make recordings that are admissible in court if needed.

HIPAA Access Infographic
17 August 2016

HIPAA Access Infographic

An ONC HIPAA Access Poster

From the HealthIT.Gov website: 

This infographic, titled Your Health Information, Your Rights, was created by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights.

HIPAA Access and Third Parties
17 June 2016

HIPAA Access and Third Parties

An ONC HIPAA Access Video

From the HealthIT.Gov website: 

Video 3 – HIPAA Access and Third Parties: Video 3 tells the story of Martin, who would like to share the health information in his medical record with a heart health application on his smartphone.  The video provides information on the right to provide access to a third party, including a mobile application device.  Length 3:16


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