3 Ways to Enhance Healthcare Interoperability with Health IT

Even with the advancement of technology, interoperability has been surprisingly behind. February 10, 2020 – Despite advances in health information technology, interoperability in the healthcare world is an area that needs to improve to benefit the providers and especially patient wellness. In a recent ONC data brief, researchers analyzed data from the National EHR Surveys from […]

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NYeC Releases 2019 Year-End Report

NYeC is proud to share its 2019 Year-End Report outlining accomplishments and progress toward fulfilling the strategies outlined in the SHIN-NY 2020 Roadmap. Throughout 2019, NYeC continued to be focused on execution of the Roadmap and further strengthening healthcare delivery through health information exchange.

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Use of the SHIN-NY Reduces Healthcare Costs by an Estimated $160-$195 Million Annually, 2019 Gala & Awards Recap

NYeC NEWS: VOLUME 108: December 2, 2019 In this volume of NYeC news, we cover the healthcare costs savings of the SHIN-NY, share photos from the 8th annual NYeC Gala & Awards, and summaries of events NYeC staff attended, including the Department of Health Medicaid Population Health Symposium and Crain’s Healthcare Summit. 

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4 Interoperability Pillars Driving Data Access, Outcomes in 2020

As healthcare continues the shift into more patient-centered care, its imperative interoperability improves to drive care outcomes and improve patient access to data. November 26, 2019 – Along with technology, interoperability is constantly improving and adapting to match the growth of technology in the healthcare sector. The need for seamless data transactions are crucial for […]

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NYeC Honors Exceptional Leaders for their Work to Improve Healthcare through Innovation

In recognition of their continuing work to improve healthcare for patients through innovation, the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) will honor three healthcare trailblazers, the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health’s Dr. Marilyn Fraser, New York City Health + Hospitals’ Dr. Mitchell Katz, and Private Equity Investor Glenn H. Hutchins, on November 20 at the organization’s 8th annual Gala & Awards in New York City.

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New York Estimates State HIE Saves Up to $195M Annually in Care Spending

New York estimates that its statewide health information exchange reduces healthcare costs by $160 million to $195 million dollars annually. November 13, 2019 – Savings generated by the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY) includes significant savings for both Medicaid and Medicare programs within the state. Even if just current users of the HIE […]

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