Non–Seattle Children’s referring physicians, other licensed referring healthcare practitioners and their support staff can now access their patients’ Seattle Children’s medical records.
In June, Seattle Children’s launched Seattle Children’s Patient View (SCPV), a secure, password-protected internet portal that allows you to follow your patients’ progress by viewing content from the electronic medical record used by Seattle Children’s providers.
This free, convenient service provides access to records of patients with whom you have an established treatment relationship recorded in Seattle Children’s system. You can also access your patients’ radiology reports, although images are not available at this time. Records of patients who are referred to Seattle Children’s by other clinicians in your practice location are also accessible.
Other benefits of SCPV include:
Here’s how to enroll:
To learn more or sign up, visit the Seattle Children’s Patient View website.
Ruth McDonald, MD, has been promoted to vice president, Medical Affairs, effective July 1. Most recently, she served as Seattle Children’s pediatrician-in-chief. She has also served as associate vice chair for clinical affairs and professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine (UWSOM).
McDonald will remain a professor and faculty member at UWSOM and will continue to see nephrology patients at Seattle Children’s.
In her new role, McDonald will work closely with Seattle Children’s hospital and medical staff leadership. She will also oversee several key departments, including Maintenance of Certification, and become the co-chair of the Utilization Review committee. She will report to Mark Del Beccaro, MD, chief medical officer.
Bruder Stapleton, MD, senior vice president and chief academic officer, will take on the duties of pediatrician-in-chief. He has named Karen Murray, MD, division chief of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology, as vice chair for clinical affairs.
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The Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Support curriculum is intended to introduce principles important in the initial care of critically ill/injured pediatric patients to physicians, physicians-in-training, nurses and other healthcare providers who may or may not be skilled in critical care but who must care for such patients during early stabilization and in anticipation of the arrival of an intensivist or specialist, or pending transfer to a tertiary center.
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