Registration Complete

Thank you for registering for an account to use the CAHMI’s Cycle of Engagement Tools.

Step 1: Confirm the primary account holder and identify others who should have account privileges

Primary account holders are responsible for receiving family data and agreeing to Terms of Use.

Before you start the COE registration process you need to decide who the primary account holder should be. Primary account holders will agree to the Terms of Use ("Use Agreement and Privacy Notice") and be responsible for receiving:
  • The Clinical Summaries and Well Visit Guides produced when families complete the Well Visit Planner (WVP). Families proactively consent to share their data with the account holder.
  • The Promoting Healthy Development Survey (PHDS) Aggregate Quality Reports.

Primary account holders can be providers or other persons or organizations.

The primary account holder can be:
  • A child health professional who conducts well visits with children and families (e.g., pediatrician, nurse practitioner and other child health care professionals)
  • Providers that support and empower families such as family support specialists, home visitors, community health workers, early care/education professionals, family navigators etc.
  • A clinic or organization that may include multiple providers/service professionals or any other organization that supports children and families and can agree to the Terms of Use.

Primary account holders can give access privileges to others.

  • Primary account holders can give privileges to others they wish to manage their COE account and WVP and PHDS Use Portals, including accessing and using Clinical Summaries and family resources, changing customizations, using implementation support resources, etc.
  • When the same individual is given privileges across more than one primary account holder, that person will be able to change customization settings and access the Data Dashboard for each account holder. They will also be able to reassign or share family Well Visit Guides (WVG) and provider Clinical Summaries (CS) across account holders.
  • Primary account holders assume accountability for giving account access privileges to individuals that can abide by Terms of Use. Each individual given account access privileges must also create their own username and password and verify their account as well. They also proactively agree to the Terms of Use.