BioOhio is a non-profit organization, founded in 1987, that connects and serves Ohio’s bioscience community to drive success in improving global quality of life by providing member-guided services that include networking, advocacy, events, talent, information, and cost savings. BioOhio represents over 300 members that employ over 100,000 Ohioans – from Ohio’s largest employers to emerging start-ups, schools & universities, research institutions, students, and individuals. BioOhio is the state affiliate for global bioscience associations AdvaMed, BIO, MDMA, and PhRMA
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.
Chatham County Safety Net Planning Council’s primary role is to convene a county-wide planning body of stakeholders, health care providers, government representatives, funders, and advocates, to work on common problems of access to primary and behavioral health care and to provide leadership, project management and technical assistance to partners. They serve as administrator for ChathamHealthLink, the local Health Information Exchange and offer two direct service programs (a) the Campaign for Healthy Kids (enrollment Medicaid/CHIP) and Prevent Suicide Today.
The Chicago Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (CHITREC) provides a range of support services to healthcare clinicians in Chicagoland. If you’re looking for a go-to source for education on Promoting Interoperability (formerly meaningful use) and quality improvement, patient centered medical home and all things health IT, get in touch with CHITREC. We have the knowledge and experience to help practices meet healthcare transformation goals and earn incentive payments.
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.
CRISP is a not-for-profit regional health information exchange (HIE) serving Maryland, the District of Columbia, West Virginia, and the region. CRISP has been formally designated as Maryland's statewide health information exchange by the Maryland Health Care Commission. CRISP’s goal is to deliver the right health information to the right place at the right time, supporting safe, efficient, effective, equitable, patient-centered care. CRISP offers a suite of tools to support healthcare providers in achieving this goal.
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 Agency for Health Care Administration is the governing body for Florida Health Information Exchange Services. Founded in 2011, the Florida HIE has been facilitating the secure exchange of health information through several services between health care providers, hospital systems, and payers.
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.
The Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN) is Georgia's state-designed health information exchange (HIE). GaHIN facilitates the use and secure exchange of patient health information so providers have the information they need at the point of care, resulting in improved quality of care, better health outcomes and reductions in cost. By establishing a trusted network with existing health networks, GaHIN facilitates the delivery of the right health information to the right place at the right time — providing the people of Georgia with safer, timelier and better care.
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.
Health Current is the health information exchange (HIE) that helps partners transform care by bringing together communities and information across Arizona. More complete information leads to better care and better outcomes. It makes healthcare transformation possible. That’s why Health Current worked for more than ten years to become Arizona’s primary resource for information technology and exchange, integrating information with the delivery of care to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities. Health Current: a partner that gives providers the information they need to make better clinical decisions and keep people healthy.
HEALTHeLINK is a collaboration among hospitals, physicians, health plans and other health care providers in the eight counties of western New York State to securely exchange clinical information to improve the quality of care, enhance patient safety, and mitigate health care costs. HEALTHeLINK is a Qualified Entity of the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY) and a founding member of the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC).
Healthix is the largest public HIE in the nation, serving a comprehensive range of organizations in New York, from the largest hospital systems to the smallest community health centers and physician practices. As a key partner in the Statewide Health Information Network for NY (SHIN-NY), we connect over 800 organizations across thousands of facilities across New York City and Long Island, delivering actionable patient data, in real time, at the point of care. Healthix delivers data of more than 17 million to support care coordination, create efficiencies and improve outcomes.
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.
The nation’s largest publicly operated health plan, L.A. Care Health Plan is an independent public agency created by the state of California to provide health coverage to low-income Los Angeles County residents. Serving more than 2 million members in five health plans, L.A. Care makes sure its members get the right care at the right place at the right time.
Maine Primary Care Association (MPCA) is a membership organization representing Maine’s Community Health Centers (CHC) and the thousands of patients they serve. MPCA houses relevant programs and services and provides technical assistance and training for clinical quality improvement, workforce development, community outreach, health information technologies, risk management planning, and strategic planning. MPCA also advocates on behalf of Maine’s CHCs and their patients. We also work to bridge medical practices and the public health sector and provide linkages to community, state and federal partners.
As an Indiana based not-for-profit health information exchange (HIE) MHIN turns data into insights to improve health for our families, neighbors, and friends by connecting our healthcare community. MHIN is one of the oldest and most successful health information exchanges and healthcare information technology organizations in the United States. Since 1998, MHIN has been committed to providing secure, timely delivery of relevant clinical information through a number of technology and communication solutions that work to streamline secure access to data to improve quality and reduce costs.
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.
MHC is an HIE providing a secure and private electronic platform that enables health care providers to administer quality care to their patients. MHC’s mission focuses on quality patient care, improving health outcomes, innovations to improve efficiencies and reducing costs for our Participants. MHC provides over 7,000 physicians, hundreds of clinics and community health centers and over 75 hospitals with secure access patient health records. From a solo physician practice to large multi-hospital health systems, MHC’s services are designed to support any health care provider organization and guarantees the delivery of more complete and accurate information at the point of care.
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.
New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) is a non-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 (HIE) across the state.
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) managed by the Ohio Health Information Partnership. The network includes 156 hospitals, thousands of physicians and practices, clinics and federally-qualified health centers, long-term and post-acute care facilities, behavioral health entities, EMS personnel and fire departments, health plans, and social service agencies. One of the most successful HIEs in the country, CliniSync is expanding into a health data convergence hub that prepares data for case management, population health and quality needs.
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.
Rhode Island Quality Institute (RIQI) is a center for collaborative innovation that advances health and care transformation. We believe that all of us working together are better than any one of us acting alone. RIQI’s initiatives align leading-edge healthcare improvement strategies with needs and opportunities in our community.
Rochester RHIO is a secure health information exchange serving authorized medical providers and over one million patients in Monroe, Allegany, Chemung, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates counties in Upstate New York. Services allow a medical care team to share electronic records across institutions and practices, making information available where needed to support high quality patient care. It is a Qualified Entity of the Statewide Health Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY).
UHIN is both an HIE and non-profit claims clearinghouse. We are celebrating our 25th year of serving the people of Utah and the nation. UHIN is connected to over 90% of hospitals in Utah, as well as major clinics, pharmacies, health plans, long-term care facilities, emergency health providers, labs, and hospital systems in other states both directly and through Patient Centered Data Home (PCDH) connections. UHIN remains dedicated to connecting our community to improve healthcare for patients, while reducing healthcare costs for everyone. UHIN observes HIT Week by hosting our community's annual HIT Conference.
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.