Healthix Exceeds Goals of Successful Hub Model Program

Healthix’s EHR Hub Model Initiative, which aimed to increase adoption in their region, surpassed the goals established for the program. Hub model integrations allow Healthix to connect with an EHR vendor through a single connection, eliminating the need to build individual interfaces with each practice. This enables faster, streamlined integrations, easy updates, and lower implementation costs. Healthix partnered with a number of widely used EHR vendors to provide incentives for the vendor’s practices to connect to Healthix.

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Val Grey Honored by Crain’s New York Business

Val Grey, NYeC’s Executive Director, was recently honored and recognized as one of Crain’s New York Business 2018 Notable Women in Health Care, a celebration of female professionals working in healthcare who have impacted New York through their professional, civic, and philanthropic achievements. This list is part of a year-long series from Crain’s New York Business to celebrate women in the workplace, across industries.

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Our EP2 Program is Open!

Our Medicaid Eligible Provider Program (EP2) is up and running! The 2017 attestation reporting period for the NYS Medicaid EHR Incentive Program is opening soon and the EP2 Program, with its complementary support services, can help you successfully report on the necessary Promoting Interoperability (formerly known as Meaningful Use) objectives to receive your 2018 incentive payment.

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NYeC at NYS HIMSS Healthcare on Broadway

The New York State chapter of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) hosted their annual conference on June 13th in New York City. Our Executive Director Val Grey was part of a panel discussing the current healthcare landscape in New York and the challenges and opportunities facing technology in improving care.

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Summary of Changes to Version 3.5 of the SHIN-NY Privacy and Security Policies and Procedures for QEs and their Participants

On April 10, 2018, the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) released Version 3.5 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). The revisions follow the changes recommended by the Policy Committee and the NYeC Board in 2017. The most significant changes to the SHIN-NY Policies and Procedures are in regards to cybersecurity.

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