Organizations contracted with the OneHealthPort HIE can begin the process to get connected and exchange information with other participating organizations, public health registries and clinical data repositories in the HIE community. The HIE supports standard transactions such as C-CDA documents, Electronic Laboratory Reporting and Syndromic Surveillance messages to the Department of Health, and system-to-system, query capability to the Prescription Monitoring Program database. An Admission and Discharge Notification process is also available for hospitals to send this contractually required information to health plans.
HIE Connectivity and Transactions
The OneHealthPort HIE primarily uses the AS2 connectivity protocol for message submission through the HIE. The connectivity implementation guide provides an overview of the AS2 protocol and connectivity options.
Transactions supported by the OneHealthPort HIE are described below. Information about use cases, workflow, file development, testing and production go-live are provided in the companion implementation guides. Specific transactions sponsored by the Washington State Department of Health and Washington State Department of Labor & Industries and also supported by the HIE.
OneHealthPort Object Identifiers
Organizations participating in the OneHealthPort HIE are assigned identifiers for use in messages sent through the HIE. This document describes use of these identifiers and includes a listing of identifiers for HIE participating organizations.
OneHealthPort Provider Directory
Organizations exchanging C-CDA documents as a participant in a sponsored CDR initiative or interested in sharing their provider information with the OneHealthPort community can electronically submit this information to the OneHealthPort Provider Directory using a national standard file format. The provider directory also provides Direct email address information (if reported) for organization use with provider-to-provider information exchange. The OneHealthPort Provider Directory can also be accessed using the HIE Application Portal to add and search for provider information.
To learn more about the OneHealthPort Provider Directory please review the supporting documents below.
Admission Discharge Notification
The Admission Discharge Notification (ADN) is an automated process for hospitals to meet contractual requirements for daily reporting of patient admissions and discharges to participating health plans. This electronic reporting provides a streamlined way to report and receive confirmation for admissions and discharges reported creating administrative efficiencies for your organization.
To learn more about the Admission Discharge Notification please review the supporting documents below. The ADN implementation guide provides an overview of the transaction workflow, file layout, field specification, data definitions and syntactic information for message development.
Trading Partners Participating with ADN
|Organization||Hospital - Individual Facility (ies)
Health Plan - Products/Lines of Business
|OHPHIE Routing ID||Organization Type|
|MultiCare Health Systems||Allenmore Hospital||cevv2400||Hospital|
|MultiCare Health System||Auburn Medical Center||cevv2400||Hospital|
|MultiCare Health System||Good Samaritan Hospital||cevv2400||Hospital|
|MultiCare Health System||Mary Bridge Children's Hospital||cevv2400||Hospital|
|MultiCare Health System||Tacoma General Hospital||cevv2400||Hospital|
|Olympic Medical Center||Olympic Medical Center||j0awh900||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence Regional Medical Center Everett||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence Holy Family Medical Center||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence Mt. Carmel Hospital||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence Sacred Health Medical Center||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence St. Joseph's Hospital||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence St. Mary Medical Center||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence Centralia Hospital||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Providence Health and Services||Providence St. Peter Medical Center||prhesy00||Hospital|
|Virginia Mason Medical Center||n/a||ccm55b00||Hospital|
|Cigna||Great West||k7kxgm00||Health Plan|
|Group Health Cooperative||HMO Plans||wcap2r00||Health Plan|
|Group Health Cooperative||Access PPO||wcap2r00||Health Plan|
|Group Health Cooperative||Group Health Options||wcap2r00||Health Plan|
|Group Health Cooperative||GHC Self-funded Plans||wcap2r00||Health Plan|
|Group Health Cooperative||Medicare Advantage||wcap2r00||Health Plan|
|Group Health Cooperative||Kitsap Physicians Services PPO Plans||wcap2r00||Health Plan|
|Molina Healthcare||Molina Healthcare||by2dup00||Health Plan|
|Premera||Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska||bhofg300||Health Plan|
|Premera||Lifewise of Oregon||bhofg300||Health Plan|
|Premera||Lifewise of Washington||bhofg300||Health Plan|
|Premera||Lifewise Student||bhofg300||Health Plan|
|Premera||Premera Blue Cross||bhofg300||Health Plan|
|Premera||Premera Blue Cross - self funded plans||bhofg300||Health Plan|
HIE Supported Transactions for the Washington State Department of Health
The OneHealthPort HIE supports submission of several public reporting transactions to the Department of Health systems.
Electronic Laboratory Reporting
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) accepts submission of electronic laboratory data from eligible hospitals in alignment with activities related to Meaningful Use (MU). DOH maintains an electronic laboratory reporting (ELR) system called PHRED (Public Health Reporting of Electronic Data) that provides data to public health disease investigators across the state.
Learn more on the DOH site and get started with ELR submissions.
The DOH accepts submission of syndromic surveillance data from eligible hospitals and eligible professionals in alignment with activities related to MU.
Learn more on the DOH site and get started with Syndromic Surveillance data submissions.
Cancer Registry Reporting
The DOH maintains a statewide cancer registry with data submitted by providers and other health care facilities across the state. The DOH accepts the submission of cancer data from eligible professionals (EPs) under MU stage 2.
Learn more on the DOH site and get started with Cancer Registry Reporting.
Controlled Substances Registry - Prescription Monitoring Program
The DOH supports requests for controlled substance dispensing data from authorized users via eligible trading partners of OneHealthPort in alignment with activities related to MU. The agency maintains an electronic controlled substance dispensing system, called the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP), that provides data to healthcare providers across the state. Learn more and get started with system-to-system queries to the Controlled Substances Registry.
Learn more about the Controlled Substances Registry on the DOH site.
To learn more about the Prescription Monitoring Program please review the supporting documents below. The PMP implementation guide provides information to prepare for PMP transaction processing.
HIE Supported Transactions for the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I)
OneHealthPort HIE enables L&I and its health-care partners to exchange medical data about injured workers.
Activity Prescription Form (APF)
L&I considers the timely and complete use of the Activity Prescription Form (APF) for patients with restrictions as an occupational health best practice. The form communicates a worker’s physical restrictions and ability to work as well as the provider’s treatment plans. In addition, workers' time-loss benefits are certified by the APF and your chart notes. Learn more and get started with APF data submissions.
(In development; estimated availability fall 2016.) This transaction will allow providers to electronically send patient information with a claim number and get a response with the patient’s information, claim number, claim status, accepted diagnoses codes and accepted diagnoses descriptions for each claim submitted. This can be done in a batch of claims or individual claims. This will be a quicker and easier way to get information than through L&I’s current Interactive Voice Recognition (IVR) system.
Report of Accident (ROA)
(In development; estimated availability late winter 2016-2017.) Much like the APF transaction, the ROA will allow providers to send the initial notification of an illness or injury to L&I directly from their Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system using the HIE.
Care Coordination Case Notes
(In planning stage; estimated availability late spring 2017.) This transaction will allow care coordinators (Health Services Coordinators and Surgical Health Services Coordinators) to send data directly from their EMR system to L&I.