Dr. Frank Illuzzi from CityMD remarks on the organization’s successful practice transformation efforts through the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI), with support from the NYeC team.Read More
A summary of comments along with full remarks from NYeC in response to the second draft of TEFCA released by ONC this April.Read More
A summary of comments along with full remarks from NYeC in response to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) proposed rules aimed at improving interoperability and patient access, preventing information blocking, and promoting innovation, patient safety, and choice.Read More
Please join us Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at the Edison Ballroom in New York City.
Hosted by NYeC’s Board of Directors, our Gala & Awards recognizes and honors the achievements of those leading the mission to improve healthcare through technology.
Save the date for a night of festive celebration with the leaders shaping the future of healthcare in New York!Read More
On March 19, 2019, the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) released Version 3.6 of the SHIN-NY Privacy and Security Policies and Procedures for Qualified Entities and their Participants in New York State under 10 NYCRR § 300.3(b)(1) (the SHIN-NY Policies and Procedures).Read More
New York eHealth Collaborative Executive Director Valerie Grey has been named among the 2019 City & State New York’s Above & Beyond Award Winners.Read More
At the end of 2018 NYeC honored Northwell Health CEO Michael Dowling at our 2018 Gala & Awards. As a part of his award acceptance speech, Mr. Dowling shared an inspiring and optimistic vision of the future of healthcare with our attendees. “The future is something we can look forward to with major progress,” […]Read More
On Tuesday, November 27th, over 250 leaders from New York’s healthcare community attended our 2018 Gala & Awards at the Edison Ballroom.Read More
In 2016, HealtheConnections set out to improve the referral process by leveraging the power of the HIE and its large pool of participants and created a mechanism for healthcare providers to make perinatal referrals to the Healthy Families Program for Onondaga County residents. Now, the organization is about to launch its expanded referral platform that provides healthcare professionals with the tools they need to refer patients to evidence-based community programs.Read More
We recently submitted the SHIN-NY as an innovation and a creative way to improve patient outcomes through social determinants of health as a part of the New York State Department of Health’s Social Determinants of Health “Call for Innovations’ Initiative”.Read More