Health information exchange implementation and management
- April 19, 2011
One health information exchange is raising a fascinating idea: since it's already collecting patient data, why not create its own accountable care organization?
- March 02, 2011
Interviews and sessions at HIMSS 2011 reveal that the term health information exchange means different things to different people. No matter the model, the goals are the same.
- February 11, 2011
Health information exchange is at a crossroads -- public versus private, federated versus centralized. The HIMSS 2011 conference will help light the road ahead.
- February 04, 2011
Hospitals are building a de facto national health information exchange infrastructure as they try to connect ambulatory practices and other hospitals in their regions.
- December 13, 2010
White House advisers want greater health information exchange among providers. To accomplish this, they suggest a universal language for electronic health record systems.
- October 14, 2010
Using health data standards can jumpstart health information exchange and in the process, prepare providers for meaningful use. New York Medicaid's e-prescribing is proof.
- August 23, 2010
New HIEs are cropping up in the wake of meaningful use requirements, and hospitals look to lead the way for interoperability.
- August 09, 2010
Increasing numbers of health information exchange initiatives are sharing data, but few are breaking even. That must change if HIEs are to help providers reach meaningful use.
- July 02, 2010
David Riley, lead for the Federal Health Architecture, discusses how version 3 of the open source tool CONNECT can advance health information exchange, a key tenet of meaningful use.
- June 04, 2010
Agencies preparing to launch federal Beacon communities, health information exchanges and regional extension centers talk about the need for speed, outreach and planning.
- May 26, 2010
The state of Texas, recognizing that HITECH Act stimulus funds won't cover the cost of its health information exchange infrastructure, is turning to a public-private alliance to get the HIE built.
- April 29, 2010
Washington has awarded millions in HIT grants to start health information exchanges. State officials think much more money is needed -- and they wonder where it will come from.
- March 25, 2010
Reforming health care adds millions to Medicaid. States must maintain the new electronic records that will support patients’ care. Health information exchange grant money should help.
- December 17, 2009
The Health IT Policy Committee has recommended new standards for sharing lab data through electronic health records, including vocabulary, messaging and transaction.
- November 22, 2009
An eHealth Initiative study says health information exchanges are making progress in facilitating meaningful use for electronic health records.