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Accessing Health Records

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CNME Portal

Care New England Health System uses Cerner Health to provide secure access to your patient record.

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My Chart

Access your secure health connection: Communicate with your doctor, request refills and more

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About Your Personal Health Record

Ever wish your family’s health information was as easily accessible as banking or buying a plane ticket online? With the personal health record platforms offered through Care New England, you can gather and manage your medical information from easily accessible and completely secure locations.

At Care New England, information from our ambulatory clinics is managed through MyChart, while hospital and emergency department records can be accessed using CNme.

Your CNE online health records allow you to securely share information with your care providers, but can also literally be a lifesaver. In an emergency, you can quickly give emergency personnel vital information, such as a disease you're being treated for, previous surgeries or hospitalizations, medications you take, allergies, and how to contact your primary care doctor.

CNme: Hospital Information

CNme provides easily accessible and secure information about inpatient visits at a Care New England hospital, including:

  • Summary of health records
  • Select lab results
  • Medication lists
  • Select clinical documents
  • Discharge instructions

You can sign up for CNme quickly and easily at any point during your hospital visit. Registered users can access your information here: CNme (cne.iqhealth.com)

If you have questions about using CNme, call (877) 621-8014. This support line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. 

If you want to register for CNme after you are sent home from the hospital, print out this registration form and mail to the Medical Records Department at the hospital where you were treated.

Kent Hospital Medical Records
455 Toll Gate Road
Warwick, Rhode Island 02886
(401) 737-7000, ext. 34291

Women & Infants Hospital Medical Records
101 Dudley Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02905
(401) 274-1122, ext. 41486

My Chart: Outpatient Information

View your medical information online

  • Review your medications, immunizations, allergies and medical history.
  • Receive test results online—no waiting for a phone call or letter.
  • Review health education topics and discharge instructions provided by your physician.

Stay in touch with your physician

  • Communicating with your doctor’s office is as simple as sending an email—but even more secure.
  • Request renewals of your medications online.

Manage your appointments

  • Request your next appointment online – when it’s convenient to you.
  • View details of your past and upcoming appointments.

 Access your family’s records

  • Link your family’s accounts to yours for access to appointments, immunization records, growth charts and more.

Health Information Exchange

Health Information Exchange (HIE) allows health care professionals to appropriately access and securely share patient medical information electronically. HIE systems have been in development nationwide since a federal law was passed in 2009 to promote the use of electronic movement and use of health information among health care providers.

Who could access a patient record on an HIE?
Only healthcare providers and their support staff who have a treating relationship with the patient are permitted to access the patient’s record on the HIE.
Benefits of Health Information Exchanges
  • Better coordination between a patient’s health care providers
  • Safer and more effective care
  • Fewer medical errors
  • Fewer repeat tests and procedures
  • Less paperwork
  • Secure transmission of health record
What patient information is included in a Health Information Exchange?
Clinical information including medications, allergies, lab and test results, image reports, conditions, diagnoses and vaccination history. Certain demographic information used to identify the patient, such as name and birth date.
How to opt-out of sharing health information with an HIE

Patients have the option to opt out of having your information shared between providers that use an HIE by completing the Opt Out” form here or by asking the patient’s treating provider office or Health Information Management Department.

Opting out of a CNE HIE will not adversely affect treatment by any Care New England treating provider, and patients cannot be discriminated against for choosing to opt out.

If you change your mind about participating in a CNE HIE, you can opt back in at any time.