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SHARE is connected to NEA Baptist Clinics in Northeast Arkansas providing bi-directional immunizations interface


Little Rock, Arkansas – June, 2019

The State Health Alliance for Records Exchange (SHARE) is connected to NEA Baptist, a group of primary care, urgent care and multi-specialty care clinics. NEA Baptist Clinic is located in the Jonesboro, Arkansas area. NEA Baptist Clinic is part of the continued connection of independent and hospital based practices to connect to the SHARE network.

SHARE aggregates health data from many major health systems across the state of Arkansas. HIEs like SHARE are designed to reduce instances of redundant care by ensuring providers have a complete, holistic view of patient care when making clinical decisions.

The NEA Baptist Clinic locations are live with sharing data through an interface with their EPIC EHR system. This allows their referral providers to quickly access patient health data such as; diagnosis, medical history, discharge summaries, social determinants of health (SDOH), lab results, medications, immunizations, vitals and allergies in a secure, efficient manner.

SHARE provides access to 24 hour daily reports notifying the primary care clinic providers and care coordinators when their Arkansas Medicaid patients are admitted and discharged from the emergency department and inpatient discharges in real time to assist in meeting the 72-hour follow-up metric. The care coordinators at NEA Baptist Clinic locations are accessing SHAREs’ Virtual Health Record that aggregates patients record outside of their system of EPIC enabling more accurate diagnoses, faster and more effective treatment, and better outcomes for the patient.

NEA Baptist Clinic locations are also sending their immunizations through SHARE to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) Immunization Registry. Through this interface the clinics are then able to query through SHARE for any immunizations that were given to their patients outside their respective clinic and bring the patients immunizations record back into their EPIC EHR system. By having this connection, SHARE is assisting the clinics in meeting the Promoting Interoperability Program (formally Meaningful Use) requirements as well as Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).

SHARE is connected to the following NEA Baptist Clinic primary care, multi-specialty care and urgent care clinics throughout the Jonesboro area and Northeast Arkansas.

The health IT solutions will enable providers to exchange sensitive and critical patient health information through the HIE for improved clinical efficiency and care quality. The EHR-integrated solution is part of the HIE’s efforts to ensure providers have access to relevant health information wherever they need it at the point of care.

About NEA Baptist Clinic:

In 1977, NEA Clinic was formed as a single practice with a moderate number of physicians and subspecialties. Their founders include Dr. Ray Hall, Dr. Michael Mackey, Dr. Robert Taylor, Dr. Michael Hightower, Dr. Stephen Woodruff, Dr. Anthony White, Dr. William Hubbard, Dr. Ronald Blachly, Dr. Michael Isaacson, Dr. Allen Nixon, and the late Dr. Hank Jordan. Since forming in 1977, NEA Baptist Clinic has become a multi-specialty, award-winning clinic and partner with NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital. They have become a leader in clinical research and key provider of medical specialty services with hundreds of thousands of clinic visits each year.

Their 2010 merger with Baptist Memorial Health Care out of Memphis, TN was a strategic step toward providing for the long-term well-being of their community. Their progress includes the construction and completion of their new medical campus that opened January 2014. The campus is comprised of the 181-bed NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital, adjoining medical office building housing the specialty offices of NEA Baptist Clinic, and the first of its kind, free standing Fowler Family Center for Cancer Care.

Their Mission: NEA Baptist Clinic is dedicated to providing comprehensive, personalized, quality healthcare for our patients throughout the Northeast Arkansas region.

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