This section contains resources that help health centers to successfully implement EHRs, including leadership teams needed, workflow adoption, transitioning between EHRs, meaningful use, and patient safety issues.

Implementing EHR
Enabling Services Data Collection
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Enabling Services Data Collection

Templates and Implementation Guidance

The Enabling Services Data Collection Implementation Packet serves as a guide for health centers wishing to codify and track enabling services using AAPCHO’s standardized template. Health centers may tailor many of the detailed demographic categories to their own health center needs, while keeping uniform, the broader categories for national health center aggregation purposes. The packet includes real-life sample encounter forms, protocols on data collection, a recommended work plan, project benefits and challenges, and fact sheets from actual data collected based on the enabling services data collection model. 

  • Learn more about the project as a whole: http://enablingservices.aapcho.org.
  • View Enabling Services Data Collection Implementation Packet here: http://www.aapcho.org/resources_db/enabling-services-data-collection-implementation-packet/
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