If so, Microquest Healthquest EMR has a straightforward implementation of the Community Information Integration/Central Patient Attachment Registry program. “Healthquest users will experience a fast and easy implementation”, according to Michael McDermott, Project Director, Community Information Integration at Alberta Health. As of April, 2021, there are already 39 Healthquest clinics fully operational on CII/CPAR and another 17 in progress. This article is the first in a series to highlight CII/CPAR implementation experience with the five conformed EMRs.

Dr. Chris Le of Ideal Medical Centre uses Healthquest and has been integrated with CII/CPAR for over a year. His panel is uploaded to CPAR and to the Healthcare Data Repository. He describes how easy it is to participate

For those providing specialist care in the community, they can sign up to submit their consult reports to Alberta Netcare with a single click in the letter window.

Dr. Janet Craig indicates that, “the best thing about CII/CPAR is ‘eNotifications’ in Healthquest,” when one of her patients has been discharged from hospital, emergency or day surgery. The workflow is all in Healthquest. Each notice is a potential opportunity to offer follow-up care.

Want to know more? 
Watch the video where Dr. Craig and Dr. Le share their full CII/CPAR experience.

Primary care providers should tell their PCN they are interested in participating or e-mail continuity@albertadoctors.org.

Interested specialist care providers should e-mail cii-specialty@albertadoctors.org.