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Visit HealthLINC at the 17th Annual IRHA Conference

Visit HealthLINC and the Indiana Rural Health Information Technology Education Network (IRHITEN) at the 17th Annual IRHA Conference. Booth 95 & 96 June 10-11, 2014 Crowne Plaza Indianapolis Downtown Union Station   IRHA’s Annual Conference brings together physicians, nurses, pharmacists, public health professionals, and other rural health practitioners and advocates with residents of rural communities. Practitioners […]

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Regina Holliday To Speak in Bloomington on May 12, 2014

A Patient’s Right to Access Their Electronic Medical Information Monday, May 12 | 9 – 10 am | Wegmiller Auditorium Regina is an artist, activist and advocate for patient voices in health information technology (HIT). She combines art, medicine, social media and pop-culture to create a unique patient voice in health information technology. She’ll be live-painting the […]

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Register Today: Community Care Coordination Education Event

Register today to hear Kathy Church, Director of Clinical Operations at HealthLINC present on Community Care Management. Hear how the Bloomington community is effectively using Care Alerts and Medication Management systems to achieve better patient outcomes. This educational opportunity, Community Care Coordination: Reducing Readmissions and Introducing New Reimbursement Models will take place April 23, 2014, […]

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IRHA secures major grant to support rural hospital IT shortage, partners with Ivy Tech, HealthLINC to create network

TERRE HAUTE, Indiana – To address urgent IT shortages in Indiana rural healthcare, the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA), partnering with Ivy Tech Community College and HealthLINC, will create the new Indiana Rural Health Information Education Network (IRHITEN). According to Don Kelso, IRHA executive director, this new network will support Hoosier rural hospital and healthcare […]

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Practices Receive Pay for Medical Home Services

e-Reports, Sept. 3, 2013 Finally, insurer support for the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is coming to Indiana. That means availability of per member per month payments to help cover the costs of care coordination, preventive care, extended hours and other PCMH services.

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Embedded Pharmacies: Making a Difference

In the behavioral health clinic, pharmacists do much more than just fill prescriptions. Tucked in the medical services wing, or off the main patient waiting rooms in many behavioral health centers around the country, you may find a Genoa Healthcare pharmacy.

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These Three HIT Projects Show You Will Lose If You Underestimate The Power of Patients + Data

June 21, 2013 3:59 pm by Veronica Combs | MedCity News For the last two years, the team at NoMoreClipboard has been working to get medical records to patients in real time and in a convenient format. Their work with three distinct patient populations has been a great education in governance for health information exchanges, […]

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Cleveland Clinic opens EMR to patients

A half million Cleveland Clinic patients gained access to more of their healthcare information Thursday – and by the end of the year – they will see all that is in their electronic medical record, including physician notes, via MyChart, the secure online portal. As Cleveland Clinic officials see it, it’s the right thing to […]

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Protecting Patient Privacy

The privacy and security of the data entrusted to HealthLINC is our first priority. All of the servers that store and process protected health data for HealthLINC users are managed by HealthBridge. For over a decade, HealthBridge has been recognized as one of the nation’s largest, most advanced, and most financially sustainable health information exchange […]

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HealthLINC’s Demonstration Projects Being Realized

Enabling Specialty Care for Veterans in Rural Areas Internet2 Fall Membership Meeting

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