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HIE Certified is a program that tests and certifies electronic health records (EHRs) and health information exchange products (HIEs) to enable reliable transfer of data within and across organizational and state boundaries.

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Support From Leadership

"I am encouraged by and excited about this type of collaboration, which has the potential to advance real-world pilots, implementation and feedback on standards for health information exchange. The results of this kind of initiative can help us advance health IT nationwide.”- Doug Fridsma, Director of the Office of Standards & Interoperability at the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology

"I applaud the work that the EHR/HIE Interoperability Workgroup is doing to move states from implementation guides to production. Their selection of Consolidated CDA and Direct is well aligned with HIT Standards Committee discussions. The EHR/HIE Interoperability Workgroup is also doing important work with NwHIN Exchange and Provider Directories that will provide the country with lessons learned, so that the HIT Standards Committee can recommend refinements to these emerging technologies. I expect that the flexibility and agility of the EHR/HIE Interoperability Workgroup will serve as an ideal laboratory for standards that are rapidly evolving."-John Halamka, Co-Chair of the HIT Standards Committee, Chief Information Officer of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Chief Information Officer at Harvard Medical School, Chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network (NEHEN)

“In Colorado, providers want to use health information exchange to collaborate and ensure that there are no gaps in care as patients move between physician offices, hospitals, behavioral health or long-term care facilities. The agreed-upon standards announced today could help us move from the Wild West stage of health information exchange to a more rational world where providers can be connected more quickly and costs could go down as well.” - Phyllis Albritton, Executive Director of CORHIO

“NextGen Healthcare is pleased to be a part of this EHR/HIE Interoperability Workgroup. Successful transformation of our healthcare system requires a technology backbone that goes beyond simple information sharing. This project, along with nationwide standardization efforts by the ONC, supports a shared vision across all organizations to capture, analyze, report, and exchange the right kind of data needed to foster coordinated, higher quality patient care.” - Robert Barker, Manager of Interoperability & Standards for NextGen Healthcare

"Greenway has historically believed that a collaborative approach to standards, and putting forth a consensus to federal panels for example, is the most efficient way to advance healthcare delivery. We are very pleased this effort has proved to be successful, and as we have shown through our connectivity with the CORHIO HIE, these collaborations will show results.” - Justin Barnes, Vice President of Marketing, Industry and Government Affairs of Greenway and member of the Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE-USA) Board of Directors

“This collaborative effort has made it possible to develop a robust, standardized specification that will reduce implementation timeframes and increase adoption of EHR exchange between healthcare organizations. InterSystems is committed to ongoing support of multi-state initiatives that are aligned with national healthcare interoperability standards and ultimately improve patient care.'- Dominick Bizzarro, HealthShare Business Manager, InterSystems Corporation

"Siemens Healthcare, has maintained a leadership position in health IT for more than 40 years. Siemens helps healthcare organizations to achieve desired outcomes through its IT solutions and its commitment to standards-based interoperability. Siemens supports this workgroup’s efforts to reduce the variability among information exchange requirements in many key states and we believe these efforts will help support Meaningful Use, while improving the availability and accessibility of data for both providers and patients. " - John Glaser, PhD, CEO, Siemens Healthcare, Health Services Business Unit

“We appreciate the leadership from the NYeC work group. We believe the collaborative nature of these efforts will help accelerate EHR adoption and minimize cost and disruption for providers.” - David Henriksen, SVP and GM of McKesson Physician Practice Solutions

"We applaud the hard work of the Interoperability Workgroup, and the progress that is being made at a national level on standards. It is noteworthy that such a broad group of stakeholders have committed to working together on this important issue.” - David Horrocks, president of the Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients (CRISP), Maryland’s Statewide Health Information Exchange

“Not only will these standards speed integrations with HIEs and lower their total costs, but the detailed specifications should ensure that additional common data fields are collected by EHRs, allowing for more robust population health efforts enabled by the HIE.” - Glenn Keet, President of Axolotl, now OptumInsight

"We really had no choice but to step up and do the work now in development of these reference implementations, because our RECs [Regional Extension Centers] are already out on the street implementing EHRs in thousands of physician offices, and without these specifications, our HIEs would be doing "one-off" implementations for each at a cost to the Providers and HIEs that could easily run into the hundreds of millions state-wide. - David Minch, HIE Director for John Muir Health and technical advisor to Cal eConnect, California's State Designated Entity

“The lack of standards in this industry up until now has been an impediment to industry progress. The efforts of this workgroup will go a long way in making it easier for providers to connect with others along the care continuum. We are proud to be a part of this group.” - Girish Kumar Navani, CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks

“We have enjoyed being a part of this collaborative effort to establish detailed implementation specifications for connectivity. Adoption of this and other standards between data-sharing partners is critically important to the enhancement of patient care by facilitating clinical data transport and the speed at which we can deploy it cost-effectively.” - Matthew J. Hawkins, CEO, Vitera Healthcare Solutions

“If we are going to fully realize the benefits of electronic health record systems and health information exchange, it is crucial that we work effectively across state boundaries and with industry partners to break down barriers to effective information sharing. This marks a good first step in the agreement of standards that will simplify connectivity." - Carol Robinson, Administrator of OHIT and Oregon’s State Coordinator for Health IT, supports the work undertaken by this group and sees it as essential groundwork for improving patient care and health outcomes.

“We have consistently advocated for and contributed to the meaningful advancement of HIT to ease technology adoption, spur innovation and lay the foundation for accountability and transparency. It is gratifying to lend our vision and expertise to this collaborative effort as we work to improve the healthcare experience for all stakeholders.” - Ashish V. Shah, Chief Architect and Senior VP of Medicity

"We are very pleased to be part of this initiative. The efforts of this workgroup will accelerate the timelines and reduce the cost of data exchange amongst its members." - Michael Stearns, MD, president and CEO of e-MDs

“Allscripts is committed to developing a Connected Community of Health that enables the coordination of patient care among providers across entire communities, regardless of which electronic health record they use. Interoperability consortiums like this one are vital to a future in which industry stakeholders work together to apply standards that ultimately will help patients receive better care at affordable costs.” - Glen Tullman, Chief Executive Officer of Allscripts

"This is a crucial step. We started this as a New York State initiative, but we soon realized that many other states were facing the same interoperability challenges and many of the EHR and HIE vendors were also looking for clarity from the marketplace to define their product roadmaps. Collectively, the group is now looking forward to widespread adoption and market preference for the products that employ the specifications. " - David Whitlinger, Executive Director, New York e-Health Collaborative

“It is a tremendous opportunity to work collaboratively with other states on health IT. We need to continue to stretch ourselves on behalf of the patients in our own states to set up a nationwide infrastructure that will help save lives, no matter where you are. Kudos to the other states and the vendors for working so hard on this project and getting us this far. This is certainly a great model for all states to adopt.” - Colleen Woods, New Jersey Health IT Coordinator

"We have been seeing outstanding progress in Health IT through public and private partnership and collaboration, and we believe this EHR/HIE Interoperability Workgroup has proven to be a great success. Interoperability is one of biggest barriers of HIT and EHR adoption as we serve and work with our customers. We are very pleased and honored to be part of this collaborative effort and contribute our knowledge and expertise towards these rapidly evolving standards." - Seonho KIm, Vice President of Information Exchange, IOD Incorporated





 

Workgroup Members

States

 

Arkansas


California - The California Office of Health Information Integrity (CalOHII) focuses on advancing electronic health information exchange so patient information is available when and where it is needed for care, while ensuring that the data is protected and exchanged under strict medical privacy and confidentiality standards and procedures.

Florida - The South Florida Regional Extension Center (SFREC) is an independent non-profit organization assisting and guiding health care providers in transforming healthcare through electronic health records.  Created in 2010, the SFREC is one of 62 RECs established nationwide by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology. SFREC was organized and is governed by a broad coalition of volunteer health-related partners committed to serve communities and improving health care through the adoption of health IT. These partners include health care associations and networks, academic institutions, physicians, hospital systems, non-profit organizations and foundations.

Georgia - DCH was created in 1999 to serve as the lead agency for health care planning and purchasing in Georgia. The General Assembly created DCH by consolidating four agencies involved in purchasing, planning and regulating health care. The department is designated as the single state agency for Medicaid. In 2009, Healthcare Facility Regulation was created at DCH from sections transferred from the former Department of Human Resources' Office of Regulatory Services. At that same time, the Divisions of Public Health and Emergency Preparedness and Response transitioned to the department. On July 1, 2011 the Division of Public Health became a stand-alone department.

Illinois - The Illinois Office of Health Information Technology (OHIT) was created by Executive Order 2010-1, signed by Governor Pat Quinn on February 12, 2010. OHIT works to promote the development of health information technology, increase the adoption and meaningful use of electronic health records, assure the privacy and security of electronic health information, and direct the State's Health Information Exchange (HIE) implementation efforts.

Kansas - KHIN's mission is to improve health care quality, coordination and efficiency through the exchange of health information at the point of care utilizing a secure electronic network provided by a collaboration of health care organizations. KHIN is a provider led, not for profit that provides statewide health information exchange services. It draws users from a broad geographical area (82,000 square miles) and aligns with state data sources to support cost effective delivery of services. It supports and integrates with community and medical trading area efforts to drive care coordination and workflow changes creating a climate to encourage innovation. KHIN's goals are to ensure providers, patients and communities have long-term access to cost effective, sustainable health information exchange aligned with costs distributed across a broad user base. KHIN supports providers in meeting Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use measures and removes barriers so communities and regions can focus on quality improvement, patient centered medical homes and entrepreneurial strategies that improve local health outcomes.

Kentucky - The KY Governor’s Office of Electronic Health Information (GOEHI) is the state designated entity with a primary focus on the expansion of the state-wide health information exchange, KHIE.  KHIE was initially funded by Medicaid Transformation Grant funding in 2007 and began work with seven pilot organizations across the state (six hospitals/one clinic).  A Coordinating Council and six committees (Privacy & Security, Provider Adoption/MU, Standards & Interoperability, Accountability & Transparency, Population Health and Business/Finance) with broad stakeholder representation provide oversight and guidance to GOEHI. Housed within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services KHIE has immediate access to the Division of Medicaid Services and Public Health, including the State Laboratory and the KY Immunization Registry.  Three years of Medicaid claims data is now available within the exchange, as well as state lab microbiology results and newborn screenings. KHIE will support meaningful use by facilitating syndromic surveillance and transmission of reportable diseases and immunization messages to populate the statewide immunization registry. KHIE is actively working on connectivity to the KY Cancer Registry and is a LRI Pilot with the ONC S&I Framework.   Today the KHIE Team is working with 249 provider organizations who have signed participation agreements to connect!

Maryland CRISP

Maryland - CRISP is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide safer, more timely, efficient, effective, equitable, patient-centered health care to all Marylanders through health information technology. With support from a broad coalition of stakeholders in the state’s government, healthcare and technology sectors, CRISP has been designated Maryland’s statewide health information exchange by the Maryland Health Care Commission; the HIE is currently being deployed, with 28 hospitals live and all 36 hospitals scheduled to be live by December 2011. CRISP is also serving as the regional extension center for health IT for the state of Maryland; the program was one of the first in the nation to achieve its recruitment goal of at least 1,000 Maryland priority primary care providers, whom it is assisting in achieving meaningful use by 2012. CRISP is supported through the state’s unique all-payor rate setting system and with federal grant funding.



Michigan - The Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) is the state of Michigan's initiative to improve health care quality, cost, efficiency, and patient safety through electronic exchange of health information. The MiHIN is a joint effort among MDCH, the Michigan Department of Information Technology (MDIT), and a broad group of stakeholders from across the state of Michigan. The MiHIN is essential to ensuring that Michigan's health care providers can utilize Electronic Health Records or EHRs in a meaningful way that allows for a patient's health information to be available when they need it most - at the point of care. The MiHIN is fundamentally the infrastructure that mobilizes existing electronic health information in a manner that allows healthcare providers to access and exchange it regardless of individual technology choices.

 


Missouri


 

Nebraska - NeHII, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a public/private governance model that includes health care providers, payers, and the State of Nebraska.  NeHII is a statewide Health Information Exchange designed to share clinical and administrative data among providers in Nebraska and neighboring states.  NeHII's purpose is to achieve health care transformation through community betterment collaboration while protecting the security and privacy of medical information.

New Jersey

New Jersey - The New Jersey Health IT Coordinator’s Office reports directly to the Governor’s office, and is responsible for working with all state departments and agencies, the healthcare provider community, and other key stakeholders to facilitate the Health IT movement across the State and in accordance with nationally recognized standards.

New York eHealth Collaborative

New York - NYeC was founded in 2006 and later designated by the federal government and the state of New York to advance Health Information Technology (HIT) statewide in order to improve healthcare and reduce costs for all New Yorkers. While it receives support and official designations from the state and federal governments, NYeC is an independent collaborative. It partners with stakeholders from around the state and across the nation—in both public and private sectors—to promote innovation, provide the support, and establish the policies necessary to advance HIT in New York.

Oregon Health Authority

Oregon - The Oregon Health Authority’s Office of Health Information Technology (OHIT), drives forward Oregon’s effort to implement EHR and HIE statewide. Supporting these efforts is the Governor-appointed Health Information Technology Oversight Council (HITOC), and more than 100 individuals from around the state participating through HITOC workgroups to establish policy around health information technology. Electronic health records and the secure exchange of health information between health care providers and patients, are part of the critical infrastructure necessary to Oregon’s drive for better health, better care and lower costs.

Rhode Island - Founded in 2001, the Rhode Island Quality Institute’s (RIQI) mission is to significantly improve the quality, safety, and value of health care in Rhode Island. RIQI is a non-profit and a collaboration of leaders in the Rhode Island community including CEOs of hospitals, health insurers, and businesses, along with leaders of consumer groups, academia, and government.  This group is determined to significantly improve the healthcare system in the state by building on the availability and advantages of health information technology.

 

Utah

Utah - The Clinical Health Information Exchange or cHIE, pronounced chee, is Utah’s state-designated health information exchange.  It provides authorized healthcare professionals across the state a way to view and share patient medical information in a secure, electronic manner from one place.  The cHIE shares important medical information such as medications, immunizations, lab test results, imaging reports and other aspects of a patient’s medical history so healthcare providers with shared patients can make informed decisions about treatment, giving patients and their loved ones the best possible care.  --The cHIE was developed by UHIN, a non-profit organization directed by a board comprised of healthcare insurers, providers, and other interested parties including the Utah State government for the purpose of improving healthcare quality while lowering costs for the benefit of the whole community.

VITL

Vermont - VITL’s mission is to collaborate with all stakeholders to expand the use of secure health information technology to improve the quality and efficiency of Vermont’s health care system.  VITL is a private not for profit 501c(3).  It is both the designated health information exchange (VHIE) for the state of Vermont and the federally-designated regional extension center for the state of Vermont. Our work revolves around meeting both of those requirements, as well as supporting Vermont’s health care reform efforts. VITL has connectivity to most hospitals in the state, and supports a variety of interfaces at the practices: lab, radiology and transcribed report; ADT and CCD to the patient centered medical home Blueprint Registry, and immunizations to the public health immunization registry.

Virginia - Medical Society of Virgina - No one knows the medical needs of your patients better than you. The same can be said for MSV. No other organization better understands the needs of physicians today. That’s because we’re a diverse group of physicians who know that medicine now extends beyond caring for patients. Today, physicians must be business people, insurance experts, community leaders and regulatory watchdogs. MSV, with our insurance agency, foundation, alliance and political action committee, provides a variety of services to help your days run just a bit more smoothly.

 

ConnectVirginia is the Statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE) for the Commonwealth of Virginia.  It provides a safe, confidential, electronic system to support the exchange of patient medical records among healthcare providers, both in Virginia and beyond.  ConnectVirginia is operating under contract with the Virginia Department of Health and is being led by Community Health Alliance, Inc., a Virginia-based not-for-profit company, and a governing body of health care professionals and executives from across the Commonwealth. Goals achieved include establishing governance, policies and procedures and legal agreements in support of ConnectVirginia's DIRECT Messaging service as well as ConnectVirginia's EXCHANGE service.  Future work will center on sustainability, public health reporting, and other services where ConnectVirginia can provide value.  For more information please visit www.connectvirginia.org.

 

West Virginia Health Information Network

EHR Vendors

Alere is a global leader in health information technology, diagnostics and healthcare services, with over $2.2 Billion in annual revenues and over 800 clients in the United States and over 12,000 healthcare employees.  We offer a wide range of health information technology solutions, integrated devices, health services and Population Management programs, including EHR and HIE capabilities of our most recent acquisition, Wellogic. The newly formed unit called Alere Wellogic was founded in 1992, and is dedicated to delighting users of our health information technology for highest adoption and maximum exchange of meaningful, actionable data. 
 
Allscripts Allscripts provides innovative solutions that empower all stakeholders across the healthcare continuum to deliver world-class outcomes. The company's Electronic Health Record, Computerized Physician Order Entry and other clinical, financial, connectivity and information solutions for hospitals, physicians and post-acute organizations are the essential technologies that enable a Connected Community of Health™.
 
CareVoyant integrated clinical, financial and business intelligence solutions are the result of close collaboration with healthcare providers spanning 25 years. Whether you are a Home Care agency, Long-term Care facility, Outpatient center, a Physician Practice or a CCRC, CareVoyant is designed to meet your clinical, billing and business intelligence needs within a single system and patient record. CareVoyant streamlines workflow, improves quality of care and optimizes reimbursement. For more information, visit www.CareVoyant.com.
 
Cerner Cerner is contributing to the systemic change of health and care delivery. For more than 30 years Cerner has been executing its vision to make health care safer and more efficient. We started with the foundation of digitizing paper processes and now offer the most comprehensive array of information software, professional services, medical device integration, remote hosting and employer health and wellness services. Cerner systems are used by everyone from individual consumers, to single-doctor practices, hospitals, employers and entire countries. Taking what we’ve learned over more than three decades, Cerner is building on the knowledge that is in the system to support evidence-based clinical decisions, prevent medical errors and empower patients in their care. For more information about Cerner, please visit www.cerner.com, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

CureMD is an award winning provider of EMR, practice management¸ patient portal and revenue cycle management to optimize outcomes, quality and returns. With thousands of satisfied clients across the nation, CureMD is ranked number 1 SaaS EMR by KLAS for providing a web based, easy to use, quick go-live solution, requiring small up-front investment and delivering highest rate of return.  For more information, visit http://www.curemd.com.

 

 Founded in 1982, Data Strategies, Inc. is a leader in the medical software industry.  Thousands of healthcare providers in the U.S. rely on their software every day to accomplish mission-critical tasks. Their product, MDsuite, is a fully integrated Electronic Health Record and Practice Management system, designed for practices, clinics, and billing service providers of virtually any size or specialty. Committed to providing a superior customer experience, Data Strategies develops, programs, and supports MDsuite from their headquarters in San Diego, CA. Certified by Drummond for Complete Ambulatory Practices, MDsuite’s features go above and beyond government requirements, putting the latest technology at your fingertips. For more information, visit http://www.mdsuite.com.

DeFran Systems

Defran Systems is a leading developer of single solution case, clinical and financial management software for the Human and Social Services Industries. The company’s web-based, flexible and reliable enterprise-wide software supports more than 2,000 human services facilities nationwide including Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Foster Care, Child Welfare, Developmental Disabilities, Substance Abuse and other specialized programs. Their core product, Evolv-CS is a completely web-based integrated EHR/EMR and AR/AP sub-ledger system that includes a host of productivity aids that are unmatched in the industry. Evolv-CS was awarded ONC certification as a Complete Ambulatory EHR in 2011. For more information, visit www.defran.com.

Founded in 2000, DrFirst is the nation's leading e-prescribing and solutions platform provider to physician practices, major health plans, health systems, hospitals, and EHR vendors. Through its Open Borders Program, DrFirst solutions integrate with over 200 EHR, practice management and HIT systems. A Surescripts Gold Certified solution provider for four consecutive years with its award-winning Rcopia electronic prescription management system, DrFirst utilizes the Surescripts network for pharmacy connectivity, health plan information, and patient medication history. For more information, visit www.drfirst.com.

eClinicalWorks eClinicalWorks® is a privately held leader in the ambulatory clinical systems market. The company’s comprehensive electronic health records and practice management solution is proven for every market segment: large practice groups, including Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative (MAeHC) and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, as well as medium, small and solo practices regardless of specialty. The company enjoys high profitability with a five-year compounded growth rate of more than 100 percent year-to-year. With an established customer base of more than 180,000 providers and 370,000 healthcare professionals across all 50 states, eClinicalWorks has been awarded multiple top industry honors including being named to the Inc. 5000 for the past five consecutive years. Based in Westborough, Mass., eClinicalWorks has additional offices in New York City, Pleasanton, Calif. and Alpharetta, Ga.
 
e_MDs e-MDs is a leading developer of integrated electronic health records and practice management software for physician practices and enterprises. Founded and actively managed by physicians, the company is an industry leader for usable, connected software that enables physician productivity and clinical excellence. e-MDs software has received continual top rankings in physician and industry surveys, including those conducted by the Family Practice Management EHR Physician Satisfaction Survey and KLAS. For more information, please visit www.e-mds.com, www.facebook.com/emdsehr, and twitter.com/emds.


Epic makes software for mid-size and large medical groups, hospitals and integrated healthcare organizations – working with customers that include community hospitals, academic facilities, children's organizations, safety net providers and multi-hospital systems. Our integrated software spans clinical, access and revenue functions and extends into the home.

 

GE Healthcare


GE Healthcare provides transformational medical technologies and services that are shaping a new age of patient care. Our broad expertise in medical imaging and information technologies, medical diagnostics, patient monitoring systems, drug discovery, biopharmaceutical manufacturing technologies, performance improvement and performance solutions services help our customers to deliver better care to more people around the world at a lower cost. In addition, we partner with healthcare leaders, striving to leverage the global policy change necessary to implement a successful shift to sustainable healthcare systems. Our “healthymagination” vision for the future invites the world to join us on our journey as we continuously develop innovations focused on reducing costs, increasing access and improving quality around the world. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, GE Healthcare is a unit of General Electric Company. Worldwide, GE Healthcare employees are committed to serving healthcare professionals and their patients in more than 100 countries. For more information about GE Healthcare, visit our website at www.gehealthcare.com.

Greenway

Greenway Medical Technologies provides integrated EHR and clinical research solutions to more than 33,000 healthcare providers in 30 specialties and subspecialties. Greenway’s single-database EHR, PM and interoperability solution PrimeSUITE®  – certified for Meaningful Use and awarded 11 KLAS awards since 2004 – streamlines clinical, RCM and administrative tasks.

McKesson

 McKesson Corporation, currently ranked 15th on the FORTUNE 500, is a healthcare services and information technology company dedicated to making the business of healthcare run better. We partner with payers, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and others across the spectrum of care to build healthier organizations that deliver better care to patients in every setting. McKesson helps its customers improve their financial, operational, and clinical performance with solutions that include pharmaceutical and medical-surgical supply management, healthcare information technology, and business and clinical services.

MDclick is a web based electronic platform, designed by a practicing primary care physician that meets the needs of both individual physicians and health care delivery systems to coordinate care and manage population health in today’s accountable models for care. 

Utilizing cloud based computing and requiring only internet access via a PC, tablet or smart phone, MDclick can provide the connectivity to clinically integrate multiple medical providers located in disparate locations. MDclick is a CCHIT certified disease registry/EMR that has embedded evidence based care protocols, communication modules, electronic prescribing, patient enabled portal functionality and remote monitoring capability that will facilitate the delivery of high quality, efficiently delivered health care.

 

MTBC helps doctors optimize and maximize revenue. Our suite of products and services ensure that physicians are efficiently providing care for their patients. Since 1999, MTBC has emerged as one of the fastest growing healthcare companies in America. We provide Electronic Health Record, revenue cycle and practice management services for healthcare providers across the country. MTBC offers a suite of fully-integrated, end-to-end services which help physicians and practices simplify every step of the practice management process, from the initial scheduling of an appointment to the billing and remittance tasks.
 

NextGen

NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, Inc. provides integrated clinical, financial and connectivity solutions for ambulatory, inpatient and dental provider organizations. Headquartered in Horsham, Pa., it is a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems, Inc., Irvine, Ca.
 

Founded in 2003, Nortec Software has established itself as a pioneer in Healthcare Information Technology. Since its inception, Nortec has kept abreast of the dynamic environment of the healthcare sector, providing quality and innovative solutions to its customers. After several years of consumer-conscious software development and testing, Nortec is proud to announce the availability of Nortec’s Electronic Health Record software to all practicing medical providers.
 
 


Prosocial Applications



Siemens

Siemens Healthcare is one of the world’s largest suppliers to the healthcare industry and a trendsetter in medical imaging, laboratory diagnostics, medical information technology and hearing aids. Siemens offers its customers products and solutions for the entire range of patient care. By optimizing clinical workflows for the most common diseases, Siemens also makes healthcare faster, better and more cost-effective.
 

 

 

 

 

TenEleven Group Inc. (TGI) is a healthcare software & services company, focused in the health and human services segments. TGI currently has a customer base of thousands of users in hundreds of offices, clinics and hospitals in NY, PA, NJ, NC and FL. The above segments include Inpatient, Outpatient, Housing, and Foster Care among others, and can be for profit, NFP, or governmental entities, both free-standing and part of a hospital system. TenEleven Group is a successful company that is well-rounded in its products and services, focused in its niches of the healthcare market and experiencing explosive growth with proprietary software and services that provide a turnkey solution for its customers. The TenEleven Group suite of products and services encompasses practice management, scheduling and electronic medical records. Our software products are our own intellectual property (IP) built using Microsoft technologies and fully integrated into one complete, modular suite rounded out with professional services such as business process consulting, implementation and training. This entire product set is offered in a SaaS (Software as a Service) format served out of our state-of-the-art, HIPAA compliant, datacenter, as well as in an on-premise software version that can be installed on the customer site.


For more than 25 years, Vitera has provided industry-leading medical software solutions to the ambulatory healthcare market. Today, Vitera offers a widely used portfolio of solutions and services to meet the rapidly evolving needs of healthcare practices – solutions that can be tailored to meet the specific needs of each practice. By understanding your practice goals, requirements and needs, Vitera delivers comprehensive technology through integrated solutions for electronic health records (EHR), practice management, radiology, community health, business intelligence and electronic data interchange.

HIE Vendors

1MEDiX provides HIE Solutions that deliver health care information securely and effectively to providers whenever and wherever they need them. Our software solutions are designed for ease of use to improve coordination and collaboration among healthcare organizations. Proprietary HL7 engine enables hospitals and laboratories to publish their medical information effectively and securely to their affiliated doctors and medical groups. Web portal solution is designed by doctors with different specialties and needs, and focuses on usability and mobility. Well-designed enterprise architecture ensures ability to meet growing demands and ability to adapt to changing needs.  1MEDiX, we have your HIE solutions. 

 

 Alere is a global leader in health information technology, diagnostics and healthcare services, with over $2.2 Billion in annual revenues and over 800 clients in the United States and over 12,000 healthcare employees.  We offer a wide range of health information technology solutions, integrated devices, health services and Population Management programs, including EHR and HIE capabilities of our most recent acquisition, Wellogic. The newly formed unit called Alere Wellogic was founded in 1992, and is dedicated to delighting users of our health information technology for highest adoption and maximum exchange of meaningful, actionable data.  

dbMotion™ provides an innovative connected healthcare solution that integrates  patient information from disparate health information technologies and delivers it to clinicians at the point of care. Harmonizing health information across the enterprise and throughout the community, the dbMotion interoperability solution semantically organizes volumes of data, and enables providers to easily access and manage information within familiar workflows. The dbMotion solution bridges clinical settings to facilitate seamless transitions of care and nurture referral relationships. Built on an SOA platform, dbMotion combines health data to present a 360-degree view of the patient’s health status to facilitate better care and disease management, and to prepare organizations for healthcare reform. This robust solution has been implemented in the world’s most demanding healthcare IT environments since 2001. For more information about dbMotion, visit www.dbmotion.com.

 

Formed by GE Healthcare and Microsoft in June 2012, Caradigm focuses on enabling health systems and payers to drive continuous improvements in care. Caradigm software helps healthcare professionals across care settings to use data to gain critical insights, collaborate with each other and with patients, and to develop and implement innovative care solutions. Caradigm products—and applications built by partners to extend these products—give clinicians, administrators and finance teams timely access to key information, helping them to take steps to solve some of healthcare’s biggest problems, including chronic disease management, preventable hospital readmissions and hospital-acquired conditions, and to advance integrated, accountable care. Caradigm is headquartered in Bellevue, Wash. For more information about the company, visit www.caradigm.com.

 

 

GSI Health is a health information technology solutions company.  Our mission is to improve patient outcomes and assist health care systems to become more effective.  Our solutions make it possible for interdisciplinary care teams to coordinate care by tracking, managing, analyzing and engaging patients in real time as they move through the delivery system.  GSI Health’s care coordination platform is delivered as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and comprised of an open Health Information Exchange (HIE) solution combined with an Application Marketplace and Data Repository.  Our platform is powered by a clinical workflow engine and comprised of cloud-based health apps that are smart, interchangeable, yet work together based on the clinical and operational needs of doctors, hospitals, and patients.  We have two sets of clients: hospitals and health systems, Health Homes, Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), and HIE organizations and app vendors participating in our GSIHealthCoordinator Application Marketplace.



GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare provides transformational medical technologies and services that are shaping a new age of patient care. Our broad expertise in medical imaging and information technologies, medical diagnostics, patient monitoring systems, drug discovery, biopharmaceutical manufacturing technologies, performance improvement and performance solutions services help our customers to deliver better care to more people around the world at a lower cost. In addition, we partner with healthcare leaders, striving to leverage the global policy change necessary to implement a successful shift to sustainable healthcare systems. Our “healthymagination” vision for the future invites the world to join us on our journey as we continuously develop innovations focused on reducing costs, increasing access and improving quality around the world. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, GE Healthcare is a unit of General Electric Company. Worldwide, GE Healthcare employees are committed to serving healthcare professionals and their patients in more than 100 countries. For more information about GE Healthcare, visit our website at www.gehealthcare.com.

Harris, an international communications and IT company serving customers in more than 150 countries, is trusted in every market we serve – including healthcare.   We’re a $6B company and annually recognized as one of the top 100 most ethical companies in the world (by Ethisphere). Focused on total enterprise integration, Harris integrates complex clinical and business data across systems, departments and organizations.  Harris then repurposes that data, making it available for clinicians and executives to access, view and act upon at the point of clinical, operational and financial decision making.  The result: a fully integrated healthcare enterprise capable of meeting the emerging demands of  shared savings, value-based,  accountable care, population health management, bundled payment and Stage 2 meaningful use.

HealthUnity

Right from its founding in 2004, HealthUnity has been relentlessly delivering on the industry's best solution for health information exchanges (HIE). HealthUnity’s solution encompasses the entire suite of modules - provider directory, MPI, registry, repository, EHR adapters, DIRECT, PHR, Results delivery, XCA/XCPD, Provider Portal and Single sign-on. The most demanding large scale HIEs across several states have chosen HealthUnity's solution. Over 100 hospitals and 1000s of providers form a large and growing part of the HealthUnity ecosystem. For more information please visit http://www.healthunity.com.

Originating from clinical informatics solutions developed within Vanderbilt Medical Center, ICA’s state-of-the-art CareAlign® interoperability and informatics platform addresses and solves data and communication challenges for many healthcare entities, including hospitals, IPAs, IDNs, HIEs, payers and others.  CareAlign delivers a flexible architecture to connect, collect, consume and intelligently distribute data through Direct, IHE, HL7, and custom methods for use in EHRs, third party applications, and ICA’s applications.  CareAlign unites a wide range of information and supports analytic needs associated with population health management, transitions of care communication, re-admissions reduction, meaningful use requirements and PCMH/ACO operations. Visit www.icainformatics.com, and follow us on Twitter, ICA HITme Blog, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

InterSystems

InterSystems is a worldwide leader in breakthrough solutions for connected care.  InterSystems HealthShare™ is a strategic platform for healthcare informatics, and the creation of an Electronic Health Record on a regional or national scale. HealthShare is the foundation of HIE solutions in a wide array of locations including New York, Rhode Island, Sweden, and Scotland, among others.

 

 

 

IOD, a leading health information management company with more than 30 years of industry experience, combines innovative technologies and services to streamline workflows, maximize productivity and reduce costs for hospitals, healthcare systems and clinics worldwide. As a result, nearly 2,000 healthcare organizations rely on IOD’s PRISM platform and supporting services to transform and deliver meaningful health information to the right people at the right time in the right format. IOD’s PRISM platform leverages interoperability standards including but not limited to eHealth Exchange (aka NwHIN), Direct Project, HL7, and IHE. For more information, visit http://www.iodincorporated.com

 

iPhysicians Hub 

iPhysicianHub™, a secured provider network and solutions hub, with medical neighborhoods established nationwide enables physicians and other healthcare providers in the community to securely connect and share patient data with other providers and offer collaborative health care services. iPhysicianHub’s Secured Health Information Network is EMR agnostic and any providers can join and securely share the patient data. Providers can manage patient referrals and share patient data with other providers in their community who are affiliated with local medical neighborhoods/hospitals or with any independent provider/facility and also meet transitions of care MU#2 requirements. Also, Health care providers can collectively establish and manage patient registries for their local Medical Neighborhoods/ACO’s, and track and report patient performance metrics at the provider or medical neighborhood/ACO level.  iPhysicianHub’s pre-certified Medical Home and ACO solutions, including Electronic Medical Office™ and other solutions offered by the strategic partners enable independent primary care and specialty care practices to improve practice performance and meet certification criteria for quality care and shared savings.

Med3000

Since its founding in 1995, MED3OOO has grown to become a national provider of healthcare management and technology services. We currently have over 2,700 employees in 14 operating centers across the U.S. MED3OOO has a substantial client base including leading physicians, hospitals, health systems, and health risk organizations, as well as EMS organizations.

MedAllies, founded in 2001, has extensive experience with EHR implementations and workflow redesign to improve clinical care. It provides unmatched expertise in health information exchange and Direct services. MedAllies operates the THINC eXchange, an HIE designed to increase the completeness of information at the point of care, improve care coordination, and standardize quality and public health reporting in New York's Hudson Valley. MedAllies has provided Direct services since the Direct Project's inception and has several pilot sites in New York State. MedAllies' Direct HISP Solution is a tool to advance primary care models that emphasize care coordination and improved care transitions.

 

A privately–held company with a long history of partnering with healthcare organizations to leverage new technologies, MEDfx is a pioneer in the connected health space with a healthcare customer base that is currently exchanging electronic health information for millions of civilian, veteran, and active military patients. MEDfx connects private health information organizations with numerous federal agencies, including the Social Security Administration, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the Veterans Administration and the Department of Defense, achieving the vision of universal access to health information for a growing population of healthcare providers and their patients.

 

Medicity

Medicity is the leading innovator and largest provider of health information exchange (HIE) technology – with more than 750 hospitals and 250,000 end users in its connected ecosystem. Medicity’s solutions empower hospitals, physicians and HIEs with secure access to and exchange of health information – improving the quality and efficiency of patient care locally, regionally and nationally. 

Mirth is a global leader in commercial open source products and services powering healthcare interoperability and community-based care management. Mirth delivers information technology consulting, and hosts high availability, secure healthcare solutions. Mirth solutions are used daily by thousands of health professionals and institutions worldwide to streamline care management processes and to securely exchange health information across enterprises, communities and broad geographies. For more information visit http://www.mirthcorp.com.

MOSS

Misys Open Source Solutions (MOSS), LLC, a division of Misys plc (FTSE:MSY.L), has built the world’s first fully open source, IHE standards-based health information exchange solution. MOSS is dedicated to supporting the missions and deliverables of Health Information Organizations (HIOs), by offering lower-cost interoperability and HIE solutions that are needed to create sustainable business plans and dramatically drive down the costs needed to reach operational maturity. In 2011, the group was awarded an international award for the best use of open source technology in healthcare for 2011.

 

NextGate develops products and solutions that help you manage your data more effectively and efficiently. We provide Enterprise Master Patient Index (EMPI), Master Data Management (MDM), Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and custom solutions to the Healthcare and Commercial industries. Our technology and services expertise analyze, match and integrate data from multiple sources, giving you greater accuracy, confidence, and control over your data. www.nextgate.com

OmniMD™, maker of OmniEHR™ and OmniRCM™, has been in business for over a decade and has over 11,000 providers using our software for electronic medical records, practice management and revenue cycle management.  Our EHR covers 34 medical specialties, is an ONC-ATCB certified complete EHR (2011-2012), and fully certified for Meaningful Use.  Web-based, affordable and easy to use, OmniMD has the solution for your practice.  OmniMD is headquartered in Tarrytown, NY and is a subsidiary of Integrated Systems Management, Inc.

 

OmniXchange™ provides secure application-to-application messaging for the healthcare industry, including clinics, hospitals, EMR/EHRs, labs and payers.  Its advanced HL7 interface engine also enables standards-based messaging for many different message types, from an easy-to-use web-based system.  OmniXchange is a product of OmniMD, providing seamless data exchange between practices and the whole healthcare community.

Axoltol

Axolotl, now OptumInsight is part of Optum - a leading health services business has been providing products and services for secure health information exchange and management since 1995. Powering HIE for thousands of health care entities - including hospitals, health systems, regional health information organizations (RHIOs/HIEs), ACOs, clinics, laboratories, radiology centers and physician practices-they are reducing health care costs, eliminating redundancy and improving quality and efficiency. 

Orion Health is a leading provider of clinical workflow and integration technology for the healthcare sector. Orion Health's clinical information software meets the information needs of clinical staff and healthcare managers, delivering secure, universal access to healthcare information and helping healthcare providers proactively manage and coordinate patient care across the community. Orion Health's integration and messaging products streamline the exchange of healthcare data within organizations and between business partners.

McKesson Corporation created RelayHealth in 2006 to simplify how the business of healthcare is managed while making the delivery of care safer and more efficient. To accomplish this objective, McKesson acquired best-in-class companies with a focus on providing connected healthcare systems and solutions. This strategy gave RelayHealth a broad range of solutions and experiences from which to draw, and the unique advantage of bringing on board industry leaders with 20 years of healthcare information technology experience.

 

Direct Vendors

 

DataMotion enables organizations to dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of delivering electronic information to employees, customers and partners in a secure and compliant way. The company’s easy-to-use solutions for secure emailfile transferforms processing and customer contact leverage the DataMotion Platform for unified data delivery.  In 2012, DataMotion expanded operations as a health information service provider (HISP) with its DataMotion Direct secure messaging service, allowing healthcare organizations to meet emerging Meaningful Use Stage 2 (MU2) requirements.  Millions of users worldwide rely on DataMotion to transparently improve business processes and reduce costs, while mitigating security and compliance risk. DataMotion is privately held and based in Morristown, N.J.  Fore more information, visit www.datamotion.com.

 EMR Direct


EMR Direct is on a mission to modernize medical work flow and improve patient care by simplifying healthcare interoperability. We are committed to developing technologies that protect patient privacy, improve the quality and coordination of care, increase productivity, and reduce costs. The phiMail™ messaging platform fully supports the Direct Project protocols required for use in sending referrals and other transition of care summaries electronically as part of Meaningful Use Stage 2 Certification criteria, and is available as a standalone HISP software package, or as an on-premise or cloud service API for developers and EMR integrators looking to add Direct messaging functionality to their custom applications. phiCert™ digital certificates establish digital identities for providers and other enterprise users of healthcare IT applications.

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