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Electronic Health Record Network

The Children’s IQ Network® is a health information exchange specifically designed for pediatrics. This electronic health records (EHR) network includes over 60 regional practices that represent over 50 percent of the community pediatricians in the Washington metropolitan area. 

The network links essential health information, such as physician visits, medications, allergies, problems, laboratory results and immunization histories for children throughout the region. Network providers are actively involved in population health by sharing pertinent patient clinical information via health information exchanges and data extraction from individual electronic health records. Members agree to share essential health care data within the larger region and participate in quality initiatives. Participating providers receive a significant subsidization to the costs of a highly-rated EHR.

10 Benefits of Joining CIQN EHR Network

  • EHR for low cost
  • Improved access to CNMC’s resources
  • Participate in data exchange (eEHX)
  • Improve practice quality and EBM
  • Receive help with meaningful use and MOC
  • Group reimbursement opportunities
  • Build relationships with fellow pediatricians
  • Support implementing new healthcare technologies
  • Advance regional child health
  • Progress regional quality of care

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Want to learn how to participate or join CIQN? Contact Caroline Brozak, Program Lead, Population Health-CIQN at cbrozak@childrensnational.org.

Electronic Health Exchange (eEHX)

CIQN EHR Network’s EHR, eClinicalWorks, integrates with Cerner’s HealtheIntent to enhance care delivery and efficiency to improve individual and population health outcomes. 

eEXH Training Documents

For training or questions contact Gedion Gizaw.

eCW Documents Tips and Tricks