Interested in Learning More?

We're glad! Because we've pulled together a number of materials - from video demonstrations and user guides to one-pagers and talking points - to help you stay up to date on how you can leverage HealthInfoNet's suite of software and services in your daily workflows.

  • Communication Materials About HealthInfoNet

  • Education & Training Webinar Recordings

  • Solution Supporting Documentation & Materials

  • Instructor Bios & Support Model

Communications Package

Our Communications Package has been carefully designed to help inform and educate participating providers’ staff and patients about HealthInfoNet and the state of Maine's health information exchange.

The Communications Package includes materials that provide a high-level overview of HealthInfoNet and its suite of software and services, articulates the value proposition and purpose of the health information exchange for providers and patients alike, and shares most recent patient consent forms, staff talking points, and legal references for connected organizations to use in their own intake procedures. Click the button below to contact us to learn more or obtain access to the package.

Stay HIN the Know

Our team, expert in clinical data sources, workflows and best practices, and analytic and reporting methods, host collaborative webinar sessions for our clients and their end users to ensure a transparent knowledge base.

Through collaborative webinars, HealthInfoNet is expanding the adoption and utilization of our software and services by sharing technical know-how, lessons learned, use cases, tips and tricks, and more that can assist our clients and their end-user communities in their interactions with our data and solutions. Our webinars are posted following their event date to our YouTube playlist, which you can access by clicking the button below.

Supporting Documentation

Our Clinical Education team has developed an expansive repository of online resources designed to help our clients and their end users get the most out of the data and applications that we deliver.

Our robust end-user repository includes supporting documentation encompassing recommended workflows, best practices, comprehensive application user guides and quick start guides, technical backgrounders and FAQs, and much more. Click the button below to view all available supporting documentation.

Help & Support

Our Clinical Education team is available to respond to general questions, feedback, and personalized training and support requests. Meet our team and reach out to us for assistance!

Clinical Educator

Sharon Bearor

Sharon Bearor, RN, BSN, serves as HealthInfoNet’s Clinical Educator, providing critical education and training on the health information exchange's suite of software and services. In her role, Sharon works with clinicians on daily workflow processes that support teams in meeting their quality of care goals. Prior to joining HealthInfoNet, Sharon worked in hospital and ambulatory clinical leadership roles specializing in patient-centered medical home quality improvement, prevention programs, staff development and educational programs. She is Certified in Shared Medical Decision Making (SMDM) and has trained nurses throughout the country in using SMDM telephonic coaching. She earned her BSN in Nursing at the University of Southern Maine.

Clinical Educator

Nicole Yeo-Fisher

Nicole Yeo-Fisher, LCSW, MSW serves as HealthInfoNet’s Clinical Educator, training on the clinical implementation of HealthInfoNet’s Clinical Portal and Analytics and Reporting services as well as consent and communication education. Nicole manages education and training CEUs and works with providers, clinicians, and clinical staff on daily workflow processes that support those teams in meeting their quality of care goals. Prior to working at HealthInfoNet, Nicole worked in a psychiatric hospital setting with adults, children, and families as well as a part of a multi-disciplinary team providing patient-centered care. Nicole has also held clinical leadership roles supervising master’s level clinicians and bachelor’s level clinical associates. Nicole is an adjunct faculty at the University of Maine Orono School of Social Work. Nicole earned her BSW and MSW in Social Work at the University of Maine Orono.

Take a Course

Whether you're interested in earning a CEU credit or just freshening up on what's new at HealthInfoNet, check out our courses to learn more.