NC HIEA & AHEC Resources

The N.C. Health Information Exchange Authority (NC HIEA) and the N.C. Area Health Education Centers (NC AHEC) kicked off a formal partnership in late 2019 to serve health care providers participating in the state-designated health information exchange, NC HealthConnex. 

In addition to in-person and virtual trainings that can be scheduled with any of the nine AHEC regions, NC HIEA and NC AHEC are collaborating to build out a training library of go-at-your-own-pace video modules that will provide NC HealthConnex participants valuable training and use cases to support adoption and utilization of the state-designated HIE.

We’re pleased to announce the first in a series of these video training modules. Subsequent video modules NC HealthConnex participants will be able to access on this page include:

  • Unpacking the NC HealthConnex Welcome Packet
  • NC HealthConnex: PAA Roles & Responsibilities
  • NC HealthConnex Clinical Portal Overview
  • NC HealthConnex Patient Education 
  • NC HealthConnex: Suite of Services to Support Improved Patient Care
  • How Does NC HealthConnex Support Meaningful Use & Promoting Interoperability?

To Access Video Training

  • Participants can register here for Module 1, NC HealthConnex Overview. Registration is required in order to receive the link to Module 1. This training will last approximately 12 minutes.
  • Participants can register here for Module 2, Unpacking the Welcome Packet. Registration is required in order to receive the link to Module 2. This training will last approximately 10 minutes. 

Adobe Flash is required by the software being used to process your registration for the HIEA training courses.  Please click the following URL to test the Flash Plug-in software on your computer or laptop:

Please also follow the instructions below to ensure that you have Flash access enabled for your browser.  We hope that you enjoy the NC HIEA training and your learning experience.

Google Chrome 
To enable Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome, simply type "chrome://settings/content" into the address bar and press Enter. You will see a list of content settings - find "Flash" and click it. If you want Flash to be enabled, ensure that the toggle is switched to the "On" position and it displays "Ask first (recommended)" and not "Block sites from running Flash". 

Microsoft Edge 
To enable Adobe Flash Player in Microsoft Edge, open it and click the three dots in the top-right corner and select "Settings". Click "Advanced" from the list of the left and then under "Site settings" ensure that the Use Adobe Flash Player is switched to the "On" position. 

Mozilla Firefox 
To enable Adobe Flash Player in Mozilla Firefox, click the three stripes in the top-right corner and select the "Add-ons" option from the contextual menu. Now select the "Plugins" section on the left pane and then select the "Ask to Activate" or "Always Activate" option. 

Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences. Click the Websites tab and scroll down to the Plug-ins section. Locate the Adobe Flash Player entry and then click the check box to enable Flash Player. 

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