CurrentCare Viewer

The CurrentCare Viewer is a web-based portal that provides up-to-date clinical information for consented patients from CurrentCare’s data-sharing partners.

Patients’ records include clinical summaries, lab test results, x-ray and radiology reports, medication history, and hospital and emergency room visits. Clinicians and staff at authorized healthcare facilities can quickly access comprehensive, real-time patient information from across the state.

More than one thousand healthcare clinicians across Rhode Island are trained to use the Viewer to access their patients’ most up-to-date clinical information.

Why Should I Use the CurrentCare Viewer?

  • Improve patient care
  • Save staff time
  • Reduce readmissions
  • Increase care coordination


“Quick Learn” Training Modules:


Clinical Data Tips:

A few helpful tips regarding clinical data in the Viewer:


  • “Current Problems” Tab – problems have a status of “Active”
  • “Historical Problems” Tab – problems have a status of “Resolved”
  • “Standardized Problem” column – displays the standardized SNOMED CT format (when available) or displays the “Original Problem” (when not available as SNOMED CT)
  • “Original Problem” column – displays the original problem, as received from the source, or blank if originally in SNOMED CT format


  • “Current Medications” Tab – medications have a status of “In Progress” or “Executed” (as documented by the source)
  • “Historical Medications” Tab – medications have a status of “Inactive” (as documented by the source)
  • “Clinical Summary Tab / Medications section” – includes ALL medications
  • “Standardized Medication” column – displays the standardized NDC or RxNORM format (when available) or displays the “Original Medication” (when not available as standardized)
  • “Original Medication” column – displays the original medication, as received from the source, or blank if originally in standardized format
  • “Instructions” column – displays the text instructions for the patient (eg, “Take 2 before bed”)

Lab Results:

  • “Reference Range” – Individual lab test results may have a “See_Comment” in the “Reference Range” column instead of the result’s actual reference range. – In these instances, the reference range will have been appended to the end of the “Comment” column and will start with: [Automated message].
  • Note that there is a known issue with displaying the sensitivities for certain Microbiology lab results. A suggested workaround is to click the Print icon (or look in the Summary Report), which often contain the sensitivity details.

Vital Signs:

  • Vitals are displayed on the “Vital Signs” Tab when sent by Data Sharing Partners using the LOINC standard.
  • Only the displayed Units of Measurement are supported on the “Vital Signs” Tab. If a different unit is sent, or additional vital signs are sent, they can be viewed on the “Documents” Tab within the Data Sharing Partner’s medical record summary.
  • BMI (Body Mass Index) is a calculated field. If either Height or Weight isn’t displayed in the “Vital Signs” Tab, BMI won’t display, but may be found within the “Documents” Tab or the Patient “Summary Report.”
  • The Time on the “Vital Signs” Tab can be displayed in various time zones, depending on which Data Sharing Partner sends it (UTC, local time, 00:00). Additional vitals data can often be found within the ”Documents” Tab for the sending facility, where the time is often listed in local time (ie, 10:00am EDT).

For more information and to learn about implementing the CurrentCare Viewer in your organization, contact or 888.858.4815.