How to Connect to OneHealthPort
Subscribe to OneHealthPort to begin integrating your existing patient data. First, you need administrative access and the "Credentialing Manager" role. You can affiliate your existing OneHealthPort ID or select a new one. If you already have an OneHealthPort ID, you can select the "Licensed practitioner" role.
OneHealthPort credentialing is a process in which a provider can be assigned a unique OneHealthPort Subscriber ID. This ID is required for access to participating websites. To set up the credentialing process, a healthcare organization must register with OneHealthPort and designate an OneHealthPort Administrator. This individual is responsible for managing the Organization's account. The administrator must be able to agree to the OneHealthPort terms and conditions. They are also responsible for basic user management and tax ID management.
Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) are an important way to exchange clinical and business information securely. OneHealthPort is a Washington State-designated HIE that allows organizations to exchange data through a single connection. This exchange connects public health registries, clinical data repositories, and other sources. It supports standard transactions, including electronic laboratory reporting and syndromic surveillance messages. It also supports system-to-system queries to the Prescription Monitoring Program database and the admission and discharges notification process. The OneHealthPort HIE is supported by over 300 organizations, including over 2,000 facilities.
Creating an OneHealthPort account requires specific roles and settings. Ensure you select the appropriate roles and settings for your Organization. There are several resources available to help you complete the application. The website offers videos, FAQs, and guides to assist you with this process. It also has guides for uploading documents and attesting to your application.
Single Sign-On for OneHealthPort is a unique identity management service that enables subscribers to access online services and provider portals securely. Single sign-on allows subscribers to log in with just one subscriber ID, eliminating the need for multiple passwords. It also reduces the risk of information sharing and helps increase portal adoption.
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Integration with EHR
OneHealthPort is a health information exchange (HIE) for connecting organizations to clinical data repositories and public health registries. It supports standards-based transactions, electronic laboratory reporting, syndromic surveillance messages, and system-to-system queries of the Prescription Monitoring Program database. In addition, OneHealthPort supports admission and discharge notification processes. It uses the AS2 connectivity protocol and offers a range of connectivity options.