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CIS View, eReferral and PACS Web: Apply for Access

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Below are instructions and guidelines for obtaining access to CIS View, eReferral and PACS Web.

You may want to print out a copy of these instructions before getting started.

  1. Download the registration form (XLS).
  2. Use the Tab key to move from yellow box to yellow box.
  3. Only enter a location if your practice group has more than one site or location. 
  4. Use the Address2 row to enter a suite or building number.
  5. Select a Practice Manager, Medical Director and Technical (IT), and provide their names, phone numbers and email addresses. These contacts fit the following profiles:
    • Practice Manager: Usually the clinic manager who serves as the contact for communication and coordination of new users and timely removal of users no longer in the practice. In addition, provides general administrative support.
    • Medical Director: RN or physician who can serve as a resource for clinically related questions.
    • Technical (IT): The person responsible for the initial setup of CIS View, eReferral and/or PACS Web for the practice, and who can help practice groups troubleshoot technical issues. Can also work with the IS team at Seattle Children's if needed.
  6. Click on the dropdown arrow key to select the role (Physician, Nurse, MA/Assistant/Office Staff).
  7. Each physician and NP/PA must be listed as a member of your practice group even if they do not plan to use this application. To access a patient’s medical record, you must have a relationship to the provider. Nurses and other staff in the office will view patient information by selecting a provider.
  8. Once it’s completed, save the spreadsheet to your hard drive.
  9. Attach it to an email and send it to gateway@seattlechildrens.org.
  10. If you have any questions, email us at gateway@seattlechildrens.org.

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