The system is dubbed “RAVEN.” That stands for Records and Verification Electronic Network.
In an online release, YKHC officials said it “will make it faster and easier for providers and health aides to access health history and medications, while also better safeguarding privacy and security of those records.”
Before RAVEN, all YKHC records were done by hand, often making communication between departments and sub-regional clinics difficult.
Officials caution that the transition to RAVEN may initially have some bugs and hangups.
YKHC is working with Cerner, a company out of Kansas City that specializes in electronic health record systems.