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Blood Donor Clinic - St. Marys
4 p.m. to 8 p.m. / Pyramid Rec Centre
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Around The Alliance!
Access to Primary Care
Laboratory Adjustments at Clinton Public Hospital & Seaforth Community Hospital
Supporting Our Patients Through Art
Charting A Course to Success
HPHA Recognizes Excellence at its Annual General Meeting
Putting a Face on Organ and Tissue Donation in Our Communities
Q & A with Purchasing/Inventory Support
Q & A with an Emergency Department RPN
Getting to Know our Rehabilitation Assistants
Patient Partner Profile: Laurie
The Role of Occupational Therapy in Stroke Rehabilitation
A Day in the Life of a Lactation Consultant!
New Transition Bed Program to Strengthen Mental Health Services in Huron & Perth
Clinton Public Hospital Emergency Department - Temporary Reduction in Hours of Operation
Diabetes: Protect Your Family!
Clinton Public Hospital Emergency Department - Temporary Reduction in Hours of Operation - Effective December 2
Q & A with a Business Intelligence Developer
New Digital X-ray Suite installed at Clinton Public Hospital
Volunteer Spotlight: Cheryl
HPHA Looking to the Next Generation
We're Recruiting Patient Partners!
Update on Reduced Hours at Clinton Public Hospital Emergency Department
Q & A With a Patient Registration Clerk
Huron Perth Public Health confirms first positive case of COVID-19
Change in Outpatient Lab Hours at Stratford General Hospital
First COVID-19 Death in Huron Perth
Our Emergency Departments Are Safe
Unique Partnership in the Promotion of Harm Reduction
Caregiver Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic
South West Hospitals Working Closely Together to Reintroduce Services
Huron & Perth Residents Reminded Appointments Needed for COVID-19 Testing
Services Gradually Resuming at HPHA
HPHA Updates Family & Caregiver Presence Guidelines
Providing Community Stroke Care During COVID-19
Service Resumption Update
July Blood Donor Clinics
Service Resumption Update
HPHA's Facebook Protocol
HPHA's LinkedIn Page
HPHA's Twitter Protocol
Media Releases
Blood Donor Clinics
Find a Family Doctor or Nurse Practitioner
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2019 Pediatric Day Conference Presentations
Donnalene Tuer-Hodes Nursing Recognition Award for Exceptional Care
It's All in the Data

March 25, 2019

Quality Care Through Story-telling.  Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week is March 24 - 30!

This year marks the 30th annual HIP week! This week provides an opportunity to showcase the thousands of Health Information Management (HIM) professionals who perform their duties masterfully throughout the year. This year's theme is It's All in the Data – Quality Care Through Storytelling. Health Information is more than just data – it's a shared language connecting front line caregivers to people. A language for telling the health stories of Canadians, stories that help Canadians trust in the care they receive. HIM at its core is all about maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of personal health information within four key domains of practice: Data Quality, Privacy, eHIM and Health Information Management standards. The HIM profession plays a vital role in providing quality care to Canadians!

Let's take a closer look at the important role Health Records Clerks play at HPHA!

Health Records clerks at HPHA are responsible for the accurate and timely processing of hard copy clinical records including reconciling visits, assembly, analysis, scanning and correct verification of inpatient, day surgery, ER and outpatient clinic records. Their duties also include retrieval of hard copy charts, incomplete record deficiency identification and physician notification, distribution of printed reports, records retention and destruction duties, Registration and Switchboard coverage duties, and completion of release of information requests to care providers, patients, WSIB and lawyers in accordance with PHIPA and HPHA policies.

Did you know?

In 2018, 9,782 inpatient and 95,836 outpatient records were reconciled, assembled and scanned into the electronic health record!

Some of HPHA's Health Records Clerks! L to R: Natalie, Henrietta, Terri, Carrie (Manager of Health Records), Christina and Amy.

Absent from photos: Jane and Crystal