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Health Information Exchange

Shawnee Family Health participates in a statewide health information exchange called Clinisync. This means that our patients' health care providers at Shawnee can use this electronic network, or exchange, to securely gain access to their health records. This gives us a better picture of our patients' health needs and can help eliminate the need for duplicate testing. For example, if a patient had a blood test while in a Columbus hospital, your provider at Shawnee can access the results of those tests, which may eliminate the need for the same testing being done. We are excited to have this resource at our finger tips designed to enhance continuity of care.
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Shawnee has new No Show policy

Shawnee Family Health Center No Show and Cancellation Policy Effective March 3, 2014, if you do not come to a scheduled appointment or do not call us at least 24 hours prior to the appointment to cancel then you will be listed as “not showing” for the appointment or as a failed appointment.

Examples of failed appointments include:

Shawnee now has new Web Portal for clients

Beginning the first week of October the new PatientPortal for Shawnee will be available. The portal allows the client and/or parent or guardian access to their medical history, list of medications and more. It also allows you to schedule appointments instead of having to call in. The only thing needed to sign up is just your email and a sign up token that you can get when you come in next. The website for the portal is www.nextmd.com

Shawnee board elects officers, recognizes retiree

Portsmouth, OH – November 14, 2013 - The Board of Directors of Shawnee Mental Health Center, Inc. held its annual election of officers for the November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014 term. Ronald B. Lynch was elected to serve as Chairperson. He is a resident of Adams County and is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones. Paige Robbins was elected to serve as Vice Chair. She is a resident of Scioto County and is the Director of Scioto County Department of Job and Family Services. Jeff Gaskin was elected to serve as Secretary. He is a resident of Lawrence County and is an EMT with Lawrence County EMS and served on the South Point Village Council. Linda “Lou” Carter was elected to serve as Treasurer.

Shawnee Mental Health selected as one of the first health homes in Ohio

Shawnee has been designated as a Medicaid health home by the Ohio Department of Mental Health. A health home is composed of teams of professionals working together with the client and family to help people with mental illness achieve optimum health.

Studies show that people with mental illness have a shorter life and die on average approximately 25 years earlier than people without serious mental illness. Physical health conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease, are common for people with serious and persistent mental illness and are factors related to this early mortality. These conditions, often worsened by medications taken to treat mental illness, are preventable when care providers treat the whole person instead of a particular illness.

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