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, […]
ISMA e-Reports, Jan. 7, 201 You may be missing opportunities that can help you improve patient care and reduce health care costs if you are not participating in a health information exchange (HIE). An HIE allows you to securely store and transmit data electronically to another physician office, hospital or lab using an electronic health […]
HealthLINC’s Executive Director, Dr. Todd Rowland, attended the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Annual Meeting – A Meaningful Foundation for the Future of Healthcare – in Washington, D.C., from December 11 – 13, 2012. ONC’s annual meeting offered awardees, stakeholders, and members of […]
Thanks to a $37,500 grant to Volunteers in Medicine of Monroe County from the Indiana State Department of Health, diabetes patients in Monroe and Owen counties will find it easier to manage their condition and share vital health information with their health care providers.
April 22, 2011 To view the PowerPoint slides used by speakers, click on the presenter’s name. 7:30a – 8:00a Registration & Breakfast/Vendors 8:00a – 8:30a Welcome Andrew Vanzee, Statewide Health IT Director Indiana Family and Social Services Administration 8:30a – 9:15a Meaningful Use/CMS Incentives Barbara Stout, RN, Implementation Specialist, Kentucky REC 9:15a – 10:00a […]
You will not want to miss the opportunity to hear Andrew Vanzee, Statewide Health IT Director for Indiana Family and Social Services Administration and other great speakers. Come ready to learn more about topics that are important to today’s healthcare providers.
The Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) set of standards, services and policies have been evolving through the years. In addition to funding statewide health information exchanges (HIEs), the federal government is touting connectivity using the NHIN.
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.
For an organization looking to build a health information exchange (HIE), a solid request for proposal (RFP) is vital for garnering accurate vendor proposals and a realistic estimation of costs. The RFP also is instrumental in honing technology and business requirements for all stakeholders before inviting vendors in.