Bronx Regional Health Information Organization (Bronx RHIO) is a provider governed clinical information exchange that creates universal interoperability of healthcare information and enables providers to transform care, save lives, and lower costs. Bronx RHIO facilitates larger interoperability by serving as an on-ramp to the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (the “SHIN-NY”). Bronx RHIO helps members manage and report on populations through its Bronx Regional Informatics Center.
The Chicago Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (CHITREC) is a collaboration between Northwestern University the Alliance of Chicago Community Health Services and 40+ local and national partners focused on HIT adoption & use. CHITREC provides a range of services to providers interested in achieving Meaningful Use of electronic health records (EHR), implementing care coordination strategies, & managing health information technology in their practices.
Coastal Connect Health Information Exchange (CCHIE) has connected unaffiliated ambulatory and acute healthcare providers across North Carolina for secure, electronic patient-centric sharing of information gaining efficiency in workflows and reducing redundant testing. CCHIE’s patient search tool allows HIE participants access to over 110 data contributors in 71 counties. Other HIE tools: order-results, results delivery, and real-time encounter alerting. CCHIE is a participant of eHealth Exchange with connections to Vidant Health, Duke Health, and UNC Health Care. CCHIE has also made connection to two HIEs: Carolinas Healthcare System’s CareConnect and Mission Health.
The Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN) was the first live, statewide health information exchange in the nation. Launched in 2007, today, it serves all of Delaware’s acute care hospitals and approaching 100% of the state’s medical providers. Each year, more than 14,000,000 deliveries of clinical results and reports are shared on 2.2 million unique patients. DHIN is sharing real-time clinical information to improve patient outcomes, eliminate the duplication of service and reduce the cost of healthcare. To learn more, visit www.DHIN.org or on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (@DHIN_hie).
East Tennessee Health Information Network (etHIN) is a non-profit community initiative established in 2005 to serve the needs of healthcare providers in East Tennessee. The partnership includes local hospital systems, physicians, labs, pharmacies, and other community healthcare providers. etHIN manages state-of-the-art technology, providing authorized treating providers with access to community-wide patient data.
The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration is responsible for the administration of programs involving the Florida HIE and the adoption of EHR systems. The Agency’s vision is to achieve relevant, secure, and sustainable approaches to Health IT adoption, utilization, and exchange that drive better health care outcomes through improved access to information.
FDRHPO or Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization is an agency that strengthens the North Country Healthcare System for Fort Drum Soldiers, their Families and the surrounding civilian community. FDRHPO connects the Military Treatment Facility with the regional healthcare system. FDRHPO does not provide services; rather our role is to evaluate, plan and strengthen the link between Fort Drum community members and quality health care in Northern NY.
The Georgia Department of Community Health’s Division of Health Information Technology (Health IT) facilitates various aspects of Georgia’s Health IT infrastructure that make it possible for providers and patients to better manage their care through secure use and exchange of health information. Visit dch.georgia.gov/health-information-technology to learn more.
Georgia Hospital Association (GHA) is a nonprofit trade association of member hospitals and individuals in administrative within those institutions. Founded in 1929, GHA serves more than 170 hospitals in Georgia. Its purpose is to promote the health and welfare of the public through the development of better hospital care for all Georgia citizens.
Great Lakes Health Connect (GLHC) is among the leading providers of health information exchange services in the nation. Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, GLHC seamlessly and securely facilitates the transmission of more than a billion electronic health record messages each year, to 129 hospitals and nearly 4,000 primary, specialty, and allied care provider offices across the state. The community-based nonprofit is dedicated to improving the quality and accessibility of healthcare information by creating care-connected communities across Michigan and beyond. For more information, visit www.gl-hc.org.
HEALTHeLINK, the Western New York Clinical Information Exchange, is a collaboration among hospitals, physicians, health plans and other health care providers to serve the eight counties of western New York State. HEALTHeLINK was created to enable the secure exchange of clinical information to improve both efficiency and quality at the point of care, while also helping to control health care costs. HEALTHeLINK is also part of the Statewide Health Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY).
Illinois Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (ILHITREC) at Northern Illinois University provides education, training, direct technical assistance to providers and practices throughout the state. ILHITREC assists thousands annually in earning Medicaid incentive payments, progressing through Meaningful Use stages, and planning, implementing, and achieving quality improvements goals.
IHIF is a statewide trade association representing Indiana's health science business community. The diverse members of the Indiana Health Industry Forum generate the collective voice of the state’s health science industry. Our mission is to connect key stakeholders to: enhance business networks, advocate for member interests, develop workforce skills, and provide strategic vision in the interest of growing the state’s health industry economy and reputation.
The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE), housed at the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS), is a secure, interoperable electronic network that supports statewide exchange of patient health information among healthcare providers across the Commonwealth.
MeHI, or the Massachusetts eHealth Institute at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, is the state's entity for healthcare innovation, technology, and competitiveness and is responsible for advancing the dissemination of health information technology throughout Massachusetts, including the deployment of electronic health records systems in healthcare provider settings and connecting them through the Mass HIway, the statewide health information exchange. For more information, please visit mehi.masstech.org and follow @MassEHealth.
Providing better care for a healthier Michigan requires improved communication between the organizations invested in helping patients. MiHIN represents a common ground for conversations about sharing health information across the state.
MiHIN recognizes the unique needs of our stakeholders as well as challenges we share in healthcare. We build the trust and relationships necessary to implement technology that enables statewide health information sharing.
Visit https://mihin.org to learn more.
The North Carolina Healthcare Information & Communications Alliance, Inc. (NCHICA) is a nonprofit consortium dedicated to accelerating the transformation of the U.S. healthcare system through the effective use of information technology, informatics and analytics. NCHICA’s focus areas are Collaboration, Engagement and Thought Leadership.
NeHII is the non-profit 501(c)(3) public private collaborative that serves as the statewide Health Information Exchange for Nebraska. NeHII supports the technical framework and governance model that allows for the sharing of clinical and administrative health data privately and securely among providers across the continuum of healthcare delivery services including health systems, payers, the State of Nebraska and neighboring states. NeHII also serves as the platform to deliver the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) to prescribers and dispensers in Nebraska.
NYeC is a not-for-profit organization working in partnership with the New York State Department of Health to improve healthcare by collaboratively leading, connecting, and integrating health information exchange across the State. On behalf of New York State, NYeC leads the advancement of the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY), a network to connect healthcare providers statewide, develops policies and standards that support the utilization of health technologies, and assists healthcare providers in adopting and effectively using electronic health records. www.nyehealth.org
The North Carolina Health Information Exchange Authority (NC HIEA) operates North Carolina’s state-operated health information exchange, NC HealthConnex. NC HealthConnex is a secure, standardized electronic system in which providers can share important patient health information. The NC HIEA is committed to its mission: to connect health care providers to safely and securely share health information through a trusted network to improve health care quality and outcomes for North Carolinians.
CliniSync is Ohio’s statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE). While some physicians, hospitals and healthcare professionals can exchange patient information regionally or within a health system, this exchange is statewide, allowing medical professionals in different regions to electronically share lab results, patient histories, problem lists, encounters and other information about a patient’s care. The Ohio Health Information Partnership is an independent, nonprofit that manages CliniSync.
PVIX is a regional health information exchange (HIE) driving quality patient-centered healthcare throughout western Massachusetts and surrounding areas. As a non-profit organization, PVIX was built by its founding members, including a collaborative community of hospitals, healthcare providers, and medical practices. We provide our members with the tools to deliver efficient and accurate patient care through secure digital and mobile technologies including: lab results and radiology image exchange; secure texting; an e-referral system; and an aggregated single patient record and portal service for patients and providers.
Quality Insights is a not-for-profit company focused on measuring and improving health care quality. We are a group of more than 200 physicians, nurses, health services researchers, statisticians, data analysts and educators dedicated to our mission of "bringing people and information together to improve health." Servicing healthcare providers in Delaware, Louisiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, Quality Insights is offering assistance to thousands of Merit-Based Incentive Program (MIPS) eligible clinicians through our Quality Innovation Network (QIN) and Quality Payment Program-Small, Underserved, Rural Support (QPP-SURS) projects.
The Rhode Island Quality Institute (RIQI) is a center of collaborative innovation whose mission is to improve the quality, safety and value of healthcare for all Rhode Islanders. RIQI's Center for Improvement Science assists healthcare providers statewide with practice transformation, meeting Meaningful Use of EHRs, and implementing CurrentCare (HIE) tools and services.
We are the health information utility that unifies the San Diego healthcare ecosystem.
We deliver an infrastructure for health information exchange that spans the entire community—across organizational boundaries and technology vendors. Since no individual visits one health system or physician to receive 100 percent of their care, our community needs a utility like San Diego Health Connect that connects all providers and HIEs. That way, every patient’s vital health information is available to their doctors—no matter where they receive care.
The Wellport Health Information Exchange is a robust clinical repository of virtually every patient in the Lower Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts. Complete clinical records are obtained from independent practices, home health agencies, the Anna Jaques Hospital, nursing homes, and six different laboratories. It provides direct encrypted messaging to its subscribers. It is linked to the Mass HiWay for more distant encrypted messaging. The Wellport HIE is owned and operated by the Whittier IPA, Inc. a non-profit organization of practicing physicians from the Merrimack Valley.
WISHIN is an independent not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing the benefits of widespread, secure, interoperable health information technology to patients and caregivers throughout Wisconsin. WISHIN is building a statewide health information network to connect physicians, clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, clinical laboratories and more across Wisconsin.