CII/CPAR First Steps for Pediatricians


The Central Patient Attachment Registry (CPAR) is a secure web application that houses an Alberta database of patients rostered to a capitation-based Clinical Alternative Relationship Plan (ARP) and/or attached to a primary provider’s panel. CPAR is connected to the Community Information Integration data hub, which allows for the automatic uploading of panels from clinic EMRs and in June 2021, display of a patient’s primary provider in Netcare. 

Readiness Information:

Do you have a ‘Panel’?

  • Patients for whom you ‘quarterback’ their care or ‘co-quarterback’ with a family physician/ nurse practitioner
  • Patients you would need to know about if they are in the hospital or ER and you would want to be informed in your EMR by eNotifications

Engagement and Interest

1. Engagement and Interest

2. Registration and Participation

  • Site Liaison accesses and completes the Confirmation of Participation Form (CoP) form and:
    • Instructions are found in the CoP document; there is also a guide and video on how to complete the form.
    • Don’t print and fill out the forms by hand. Download the CoP, save and complete on the computer. Here are tips if you are new to PDF forms.

  • Site Liaison downloads support tools referenced in the CoP and:
    • Confirms on the CoP that custodians are aware of and comfortable with what they are sharing
    • Confirms on the CoP that custodians and team have been/will be trained on all CII (and CPAR if clinic has panels) support tools listed and attached to CoP form.
    • Checks CoP form for errors and completeness before submission to Alberta Health eHealth Support Services Team (eHealth).
  • Site Liaison submits completed CoP form to eHealth team via email to eHealth Support Services at

eHealth Support Services will guide you through the rest of the process!

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