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Benefits and Features

There are many benefits to using Health Passport. Some of these are:

  • Improving care coordination by connecting authorized providers, state agencies, and medical consenters with health information from various facilities and clinicians.
  • Allowing providers and other appropriate persons to monitor compliance with prescription regimens.
  • Reducing risk of harmful interactions between medication, allergies, and/or chronic health problems.
  • Increasing communication between the main stakeholders in the patient’s care plans.
  • Allowing non-clinical member advocates (selected state employees and medical consenters) to review portions of a patient’s general health history and doctor visits to best understand and respond to the child’s needs — physical, behavioral health, and medication needs.

Once Health Passport has been accessed, you will be able to see the following information:

  • Face Sheet – Access an easy-to-read summary that includes member demographics, care gaps, Texas Health Steps, Dental, Texas CANS 2.0-Assesment (last visit dates), active allergies, active medications and more.
  • Contacts – Find a patient’s PCP, Medical Consenter, Caregiver, Caseworker assigned, and Service Coordinator’s contact information in one place.
  • Allergies – View allergies that are available at the point-of-care. Once an allergy is charted, it is instantly checked for medication interactions.
  • Assessments – Upload and view documents including, but not limited to Texas Health Steps, Dental and Behavioral Health online. Documents that have submitted via fax or mail are also accessible online.
  • Growth Chart – View the weight, height, length, and head circumference that are available at the point of care to track growth of infants and children.
  • Immunizations – Access a comprehensive list of a patient’s immunizations collected from ImmTrac.
  • Labs – Access all patient lab results in one location.
  • Medication History – A summary of medications filled is accessible. This includes name of the prescription, the prescribing clinician, date filled and dosage. Indicators representing drug-drug, drug-allergy, and drug-food interactions appear when applicable as soon as new medications or allergies are added to the patient record.
  • Patient History – Past visits with details that include the description of service, treating provider, diagnosis, and the service date.
  • ADT Notifications Module – Access Admit Discharge and Transfer (ADT) data.
  • Appointments – View appointments for patients.