In states such as Vermont and Connecticut, recent stories have highlighted the struggles that those regions have experienced in being able to sustain health information exchange (HIE) success. But in certain other pockets of the country, data exchange efforts are progressing much better. In Colorado, for one, the Denver-based Colorado Regional Health Information Organization (CORHIO) has been able to attain levels of HIE achievement that is mostly unparalleled throughout the U.S.
The Wyoming Frontier Information Exchange is being built as a centralized clinical data repository for participating providers with technology from HIE vendor Medicity.
As value-based care takes hold, healthcare organizations are looking to better manage populations of patients to ensure care is timely, effective and as inexpensive as possible.
The Colorado Regional Health Information Organization has partnered with insurance software vendor Medicity to distribute electronic Continuity of Care documents to clinicians and support staff across the state.
The Colorado HIE with a network of 74 hospitals will use the technology to help manage data into comprehensive continuity of care documents.
Medicity, a leading expert in clinical data aggregation and interoperability, announced the launch of Community Interchange with one of its most long-standing partners, CORHIO, the Colorado Regional Health Information Organization.
In today’s shifting health industry landscape, as more organizations are going at risk and accountable care organizations continue to proliferate, healthcare providers are searching for ways to improve value-based care metrics to improve their processes. An essential component is a local or regional health information exchange organization.
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