Fort Wayne, Ind. — March 17, 2014 — The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE), an electronic network that supports health information exchange among healthcare providers and organizations across the commonwealth of Kentucky, has selected NoMoreClipboard to configure and deploy a patient portal designed to enhance consumer access to electronic health data and help clinicians meet meaningful use stage two patient engagement guidelines.
“We selected NoMoreClipboard based on the company’s track record of helping HIE's, hospitals, clinics and practices around the country put clinical data in the hands of consumers,” said Polly Mullins Bentley, Deputy Executive Director of the Kentucky Governor’s Office of Electronic Health Information. “NoMoreClipboard’s experience with the policy and technical solutions required for this project will help us make accelerated progress as we connect clinicians and consumers.”
“KHIE is in a position to give Kentucky consumers something incredibly valuable — secure access to health information from across the care continuum through a single feed,” said NoMoreClipboard president Jeff Donnell. “Experience shows that consumers will adopt and use a patient portal that helps them easily organize and manage their health information in one place — contributing to improved engagement and outcomes.”
“The KHIE patient portal will enable Kentucky healthcare providers to send clinical summaries and discharge instructions to their patients,” added Mullins-Bentley. “By contributing data to a statewide portal, participating providers will more easily meet meaningful use patient engagement thresholds and help their patients avoid using a different portal for every practice or hospital they visit.”
KHIE plans to begin piloting the patient portal early this summer, with a statewide rollout planned for later summer.
The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE) is a secure electronic network that supports statewide exchange of health information among healthcare providers and organizations across the commonwealth. The focus of KHIE is on improving the health, quality and safety of healthcare for Kentucky’s residents and visitors through the provision of a statewide, interoperable health information exchange. For more information, please visit
NoMoreClipboard, a wholly owned subsidiary of Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE), is a web-based, Personal Health Record management system designed to consolidate medical information in one convenient and secure location for easy retrieval and updates. NMC enables consumers to share personal or family member medical information with medical professionals electronically, reducing the need for repetitive medical paperwork. For more information, visit