New CCD Functionality for Practices

Supports Transition of Care Efforts


The Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN) is pleased to share the below video and instructions to create Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs) in the Community Health Record. This functionality is an important step in ensuring clinical notes are shared with members of a patient’s healthcare team to assist with ongoing care and to create a more complete healthcare record.

Please contact your DHIN relationship manager with any questions.

Ed Seaton
New Castle County practices
ed.seaton@dhin.org

Garrett Murawski
Kent County and Bayhealth practices
garrett.murawski@dhin.org

Michael MacDonald
Sussex County, PRMC, Atlantic General Hospital and Beebe Healthcare practices
michael.macdonald@dhin.org

Jamie Rocke
St. Francis, Union Hospital and Nemours practices
jamie.rocke@dhin.org

Lakeisha Moore
Christiana Care practices
lakeisha.moore@dhin.org


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“Connecting Delaware’s nursing homes with DHIN is a critical milestone and a key component to eliminating medication errors. By enabling access to discharge summaries and other information, we can ensure seamless transitions of care for residents in these facilities. We want to ensure the right care, at the right time, at the right place, whether for those in our skilled nursing facilities, our Medicaid recipients or others in the state’s care, and we want to provide these positive outcomes in the most cost-effective manner possible.” 

Rita Landgraf
Secretary of Delaware Health and Social Services



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