Registered Home Clinics
Home Clinics are the foundation of a robust, accessible and sustainable primary care system.
It is important that individuals and teams working within registered Home Clinics have access to the information and support they need to fulfil their role as a Home Clinic.
Click on a category to learn more about what is available.
- Home Clinic Portal User Guide (updated December 2018).
- Home Clinic Portal Release Notes
- Quick reference guides for key portal functions:
- Uploading the Primary Care Data Extract (updated January 2019)
- Search / Edit / Add Client (updated December 2018)
- Enrol Client (updated October 2017)
- Change / Associate MRP (updated October 2017)
- De-enrol Client (updated April 2017)
- Remediating Enrolment Records (updated December 2018)
- Manage Provider Associations (updated December 2018)
- Maintain Home Clinic Information (updated December 2018)
- Generate a Home Clinic Report (updated May 2017)
- Improve the quality of your patient demographic data using our Patient Demographic Best Practices quick reference guide. A video is also available for review.
- Take advantage of the supports and educational offerings of the Manitoba Peer-to-Peer Network; consultations with and coaching from your peers are available.
- Visit the EMR Video Library for videos on using the Home Clinic Portal.
- Review the Enrolment Method Overview to better understand each method and how it affects processing of enrolment data.
- Candidates for passive enrolment are identified through analysis of EMR data; consider our tips before you begin your analysis.
- Understand the limitations of using the Primary Care Data Extract (PCDE) for enrolment (updated March 2017) purposes, and how PCDE enrolment data is processed.
- Information related to responsibilities regarding personal health information is available.
- Submitting the Primary Care Data Extract.
- Managing Home Clinic Portal user access (i.e. request new user access or disable an existing Portal user).
- Refer to our tips on Enrolment Reason Code Definitions (updated October 2017) including information on rejections and automatic de-enrolments.
- Review information about operational and analytical reports available to registered Home Clinics, and how they might be useful to support your clinic.
Consider use of:
- a customizable overview as a hand-out for patients or as a guide to a brief active enrolment discussion (updated January 2019)
- a customizable template (email or letter) that may be helpful when working to transition passively enrolled patients to active enrolment
- a customizable template (email or letter) that may be helpful when a Main Primary Care Provider is moving to a new clinic
Our Home Clinic team is here to help you in your role as a Home Clinic. A Home Clinic Liaison will work with Home Clinics to, for example:
- help understand a Home Clinic’s role within the primary health-care system
- support efforts to effectively communicate with patients about Home Clinic enrolment
- improve EMR data quality required for patient enrolment, episodic information sharing, and to support CCM tariff claims
If you are not sure who your Home Clinic Liaison is, please contact the Home Clinic team.
Home Clinic Support Model
The following illustration is intended to help Home Clinics identify the right resource to help them when questions or issues arise.
|For business enquiries (e.g. Home Clinic criteria, Primary Care Data Extract, Home Clinic name change, patient enrolment, etc.)||Home Clinic Team
|For help with technical issues (e.g. logging into the Home Clinic Portal, report will not run, etc.)|