A Home Clinic Client Summary is a document that contains an enrolled patient’s key health information provided from a participating Home Clinics. It is a subset of information, not a complete history. If you have any questions regarding the information you must verify with the current Home Clinic – please see the Enrolment Status document.
What does the Home Clinic Client Summary include?
The summary includes the following information as recorded in the Home Clinic’s EMR:
Patient demographics and Home Clinic details
Health Conditions and Diagnoses, including those that have not been resolved and those that have been resolved within the last 11 years
Surgeries, Procedures and Interventions
Suspected Allergies and Intolerances
Prescribed Medications, including active prescriptions written within the last 18 months. If there are duplicate prescriptions, only the most recent will show. Note: The medications you will see in the summary include those prescribed by the Home Clinic that may not have been filled
Vital Signs recorded, including up to the last 6 dated entries showing the most recent ones first
Home Clinic Client Summary Comments, where Home Clinic providers may include additional contextual information considered essential to the ongoing care needs of the patient
How many versions of the Home Clinic Client Summary will be visible?
Only the most recent version of a Home Clinic Client Summary for each patient will be posted
Is it possible that information is missing from the Home Clinic Client Summary?
Yes. The summary will contain information entered in the appropriate fields of the EMR. If the health-care provider records information in a different field, it will not appear in the Home Clinic Client Summary. If you have questions, please contact the patient’s current Home Clinic.
Where can I learn more about the Home Clinic Client Summary?
To view Primary Care Information Systems videos on Home Clinic Client Summary please visit the webpage here