HealthlinkNY

For this Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counselor, HealthlinkNY is Key

As an outpatient provider, Tom Rue of Choices Mental Health Counseling of Monticello, NY values HealthlinkNY’s ability to provide him with “…immediate access to information…” and the chance it gives him to provide more quality care. In fact, when first meeting with a patient, the first thing he does is ask them to sign a HealthlinkNY consent form, allowing him to view their medical record. Tom is a board certified and licensed mental health practitioner and credentialed alcoholism and substance abuse counselor with over 25 years of experience in private practice in Sullivan County.

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NYeC News: Val Grey Sits Down with Crain’s NY, QE Updates, & More

In this month’s newsletter, we share a recent Crain’s New York Business interview with Executive Director Val Grey on the role health information technology and the state’s health information exchange, the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY), can play in improving outcomes and cutting costs.

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SHIN-NY Spotlight | Issue 6 | August 2018

Welcome to the sixth issue of the SHIN-NY Spotlight, our update on the progress the state is making in advancing New York’s health information exchange (HIE), the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY).

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NYeC News: Val Grey Appointed to Federal HIT Advisory Committee

In this month’s newsletter, learn more about Executive Director Val Grey’s recent appointment to the Federal Health Information Technology Advisory Committee (HITAC), review our recent webinar, “Statewide Health Information Network for NY (SHIN-NY): Its Value to New Yorkers and What Regulated Facilities Need to Know”, register with our MIPS Reporting and Support Services, and explore opportunities to join the NYeC team. 

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NYeC News: The Year in Review, QE Updates, & More

In this month’s newsletter, take a look back at 2017 with our Executive Director, Valerie Grey, learn more about NYeC’s MIPS Reporting and Support Services, and explore opportunities to join the NYeC team.

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NYeC News: 2017 Gala & Awards Honorees

In this month’s newsletter, we’re pleased to announce the honorees for the sixth annual Gala & Awards, which will be held November 1st at the Edison Ballroom. Hosted by NYeC’s Board of Directors, the event serves to recognize and honor the achievements of those leading the mission to improve healthcare through technology. Also, we introduced the Advanced Primary Care (APC) program. If you are interested in the APC program or for more information, please contact us at APC@nyehealth.org.

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NYeC News: NYeC at HIMSS NY, HIE Updates & More

In this month’s newsletter, review the presentation our Executive Director, Val Grey, gave at the HIMSS New York State Chapter Annual Conference. Val’s presentation, “Everything SHIN-NY: Healthcare Dynamics, State of the Enterprise & Draft 2020 Roadmap” provided a look at where healthcare is headed in New York State and how the SHIN-NY is supporting numerous federal and state delivery reform initiatives underway.

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NYeC News: Big Picture Updates & Save the Date for 6th Annual Gala & Awards

In this month’s newsletter, Executive Director Val Grey provides a few updates on NYeC and our progress. Also, save the date for the upcoming 6th annual Gala & Awards. Hosted by NYeC’s Board of Directors, our Gala & Awards serve to recognize and honor the achievements of those leading the mission to improve healthcare through technology. This year’s event will be held November 1st at the Edison Ballroom.

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2016 Year in Review

2016 was a key year for NYeC and the SHIN-NY. In this high-level overview, progress and accomplishments, as well as key QE successes, are highlighted. It also outlines how the SHIN-NY supports various value-based care initiatives and plays into the larger healthcare ecosystem, advancing care statewide.

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NYeC News: Consent Policy, Social Determinants & More

NYeC News : Volume 79 : March 31, 2017

In this month’s newsletter, learn more about the SHIN-NY Policy Committee and review the whitepaper developed as part of the consent policy review and assessment, how digital health is helping NYC’s economy, and watch a 2016 Digital Health Conference session video about digital health investments. Additionally, explore how social determinants are becoming a must-have for value-based care.

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