Ahead of many other states, 66 percent of Indiana acute care hospitals are connected, enabling them to receive information electronically through a health information exchange or HIE.
Maryland, CRISP Announce Go Live of Statewide Health Information Exchange with Axolotl’s HIE Solution
Elysium Exchange, Core Infrastructure for the State Health Information Exchange San Jose, Calif. Oct. 13, 2010 – Axolotl Corp., the nationwide leader in health information exchange (HIE) services and solutions, announced today that Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP), the state-designated entity for Maryland’s Health Information Exchange and Regional Extension Center (REC) has [...]
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Hospital Association and HealthBridge Announce Plans to establish Health Information Exchange, Connectivity
Health information network in Southwest Ohio will be the largest exchange in the U.S. Dayton, OH – The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) today announced its partnership with HealthBridge, a not-for-profit health information exchange located in Cincinnati, to establish health information exchange services for the Greater Dayton region. This partnership will create one of [...]
Health Information Partnership for Tennessee Selects Axolotl for Statewide Health Information Exchange
SOA Based HIE Platform Enables Health Care Organizations and Consumers to Share Health Information Statewide San Jose, Calif. Oct. 7, 2010 –The Health Information Partnership for Tennessee (HIP TN), a partnership of stakeholders working to establish a health information exchange (HIE) in Tennessee, today announced that it has selected the Elysium® Exchange technology platform from [...]
In August 2009, President Barack Obama traveled to Grand Junction, Colorado, touting that community’s health care system as a model for the provision of low-cost, high-quality care. According to the Dartmouth Atlas