Patient Search

Patients or clients are always just a few clicks away in SHIIP – if speed is priority, you can find patients using the quick patient search located at the top-right of any SHIIP page. If you would prefer to use advanced search filters to find a specific subset of your patients, you can navigate to the advanced search page using the top navigation bar.

Quick Patient Search

SHIIP’s quick patient search is located at the top-right corner of every SHIIP page. It can provide access to any patient in the system, provided you have the required information. Below are the search types available in this feature:

  • By partial last name, first name, or health card number – this will search through your organization’s practice list. To protect patient privacy, we limit this to only patients whom have a relationship with your organization.
  • By full last name, first name, and date of birth – this will search through all of the patients in SHIIP. It must follow the exact format of “Last, First, 1900-12-30”.
  • By full health card number – this will search through all of the patients in SHIIP.
  • By full patient ID – this will search through all patients in SHIIP. A patient ID is unique to SHIIP, and is a secure way to identify patients in email or other communications.

 

Advanced Patient Search

The advanced patient search page contains all of the functionality listed above, plus the ability to use a variety of filters. Each of these filters is described in detail below:

  • In hospital: filter out patients that are currently in hospital or currently not in hospital.
  • Patient complexity: filter out patients that are currently complex or not complex.
  • Health Link status: filter out patients that are actively receiving a health links approach to care, or that are currently not receiving a health links approach to care.
  • Coordinated Care Plan status: filter out patients that have an electronic Coordinated Care Plan (CCP) within SHIIP, or patients that do not have an electronic CCP within SHIIP.
  • Patient status: filter out patients that are alive or deceased.
  • Data source(s): only include patients that have received care from the specified health care sectors or sites (such as a hospital).
  • Primary care provider(s): only include patients that receive primary care from the specified primary care providers
  • Condition(s): only include patients that have received any of the specified diagnoses.
  • Gender(s): only include patients that match the specified genders.
  • Geography: only include patients with an address that fall into the specified geographies.
  • Last active date:  only include patients where SHIIP has noticed activity since the specified day range or within the specified date range. This includes hospital visits, AMH profile updates, etc.
  • Age range: only include patients within the specified time range.
  • LACE risk score range: only include patients with a LACE score matching the specified range.
  • HARP30D risk score range: only include patients with a HARP30D score matching the specified range.
  • HARP15M risk score range: only include patients with a HARP15M score matching the specified range.
  • AUA risk score range: only include patients with a AUA score matching the specified range.
  • CSI risk score range: only include patients with a CSI score matching the specified range.
  • MAPLe risk score range: only include patients with a MAPLe score matching the specified range.

Each of the above filters works in an ‘AND’ fashion – meaning, the more filters you add, the slimmer and more focused your results will be. Any combination of the above filters can be saved and used in other areas of SHIIP such as the Home page. We expand on this feature below.

 

Saved Searches

SHIIP allows you to save your search filters in what we call ‘Saved Searches’. Saved Searches can be used throughout the application as a standalone patient population. If you would like to see patient activity for your organization’s complex patients, you can do that! The flexibility of saved searches should serve just about any workflow.

 

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