Health information exchange (HIE) in Minnesota means the electronic transmission of health related information between organizations according to nationally recognized standards (Minn. Stat. §62J.498 sub. 1(f)).
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Join for an update on HIT initiatives in North Dakota, including the current status of the North Dakota Health Information Network—the state's health information exchange.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Central
Join Sheldon Wolf as he provides you with information regarding the HITECH Act, discusses projects funded through the Office of the National Coordinator and provides an update on the Health Information Exchange and the North Dakota Revolving Loan Program.
Participants will learn about:
Provides a comprehensive toolkit for health information exchange (HIE). Topics of the Toolkit include HIE Policy Matrix; HIE DIRECT Guide; Return on Investment Calculator; Privacy and Security Overview and Resource List; and, HIE - First Considerations.
The Rural Assistance Center has created a library of Federal HIT Resources for Rural Health Care Providers.
North Dakota is building a statewide health
information exchange. It will be a three phased approach with phase one
being the implementation of direct functionality across North Dakota.
Phase two will be the incorporation of two-way push/pull technology with
several providers to pilot connections and the exchange of data, and phase
three will be full implementation of a robust health information exchange
for all providers.