If your clinic registers for CPAR integration, your providers’ primary patient panel information will be extracted from the CHR and sent to CPAR on a monthly basis. Below is a detailed list of all data elements from the CHR that are sent to Alberta Netcare and where to find them in the CHR.

Patient information

Data element

Location in the CHR

Patient's first, last, and preferred name

Update Information > General tab > First Name

Update Information > General tab > Last Name

Update Information > General tab > Preferred Name

Patient identifier

Update Information > General tab > Edit Identification > Identification Value

Patient identifier type

Update Information > General tab > Edit Identification > Edit Identification Type

Patient identifier assigning authority

Settings > Patient > Patient Identification > Issuer

Date of birth

Update Information > General tab > Date of Birth

Sex

Update Information > General tab > Sex

Last visit date

Encounter > Visit Date

Confirmation date for panel

Assigned Panels widget > Confirmation Date

Facility and location information

Data element

Location in the CHR

Submitting site identifier

Settings > CII/CPAR > Panels > Locations > Facility Number of the first location added to the panel

Submitting site name

Settings > CII/CPAR > Panels > Locations > Facility Name of the first location added to the panel

Panel number

Settings > CII/CPAR > Panels > Panel Number

Facility ID

Settings > CII/CPAR > Panels > Locations > Facility Number. If there is more than one location, the facility number for each location is sent.

Provider information

Data element

Location in the CHR

Provider identifier

Settings > Account > User > Integrations tab > Practitioner ID

How CPAR determines which patients are in a provider’s panel

For CPAR, a patient is considered to be included in a provider’s panel if the patient is assigned to that provider's panel in the Assigned Panels widget in the patient's chart. If a patient is assigned to multiple panels for different providers, the patient will be included in the CPAR panel of each provider. See Assigning a patient to a panel for more information.

The provider must also have their Practitioner ID recorded in their profile. If it is not, none of the provider's CPAR panel data will be sent.

Updated August 5, 2022

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