Learn how you can improve the continuity of care for your patients

In this episode of the Alberta Doctors' Digest podcast, editor-in-chief Marvin Polis speaks to Dr. Carla Laidlaw about how CII/CPAR is being used in the Westview PCN to improve continuity of care. 

Community Information Integration and Central Patient Attachment Registry (CII/CPAR) enhances communication amongst providers by enabling the sharing of important health care information across the province. This is made possible by a two-way connection between clinic electronic medical records (EMRs) and Alberta Netcare.

Community Information Integration (CII) is a system that allows physicians to send their community-based consult letters to Alberta Netcare.

Central Patient Attachment Registry (CPAR) identifies relationships between patients and their primary provider and sends e-notifications to providers when their patients are seen in the emergency department or have a hospital admission. 

Who is eligible to participate?

Teams of physicians, nurse practitioners and allied health providers in Alberta who are using one of the conformed EMRs can sign up for CII/CPAR. There is no cost to participate. These EMRs are:

  • Accuro
  • Healthquest
  • Med Access
  • PS Suite
  • Wolf

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