SHIN-NY Spotlight

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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SHIN-NY Spotlight | Issue 2 | September 2016

We’re pleased to share the second issue of the SHIN-NY Spotlight, a quarterly update on the progress we’re making on developing the Statewide Health Information Network for New York. Under the direction of the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH), the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY) was established to allow the electronic exchange of clinical records between participating providers.

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NYeC Digital Health Conference Call for Speakers Opens

NYeC News: Vol 71: May 25, 2016

NYeC is seeking dynamic, innovative thought leaders to speak at our 2016 Digital Health Conference.

Speaker proposals should demonstrate actual usage of transformative health tech innovations and tools, explore how technology is transforming care delivery and business models, suggest practical applications of existing technologies, and/or highlight the effects of technology in healthcare advances. All ideas for speaking topics are welcome and the best and most relevant will be invited to speak at the event.

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SHIN-NY Spotlight | Issue 1 | April 2016

Welcome to the first issue of the SHIN-NY Spotlight, a quarterly update on the progress we are making in developing the statewide health information exchange.

This year marks a number of important milestones in the development and operations of the SHIN-NY. In 2015 we launched statewide patient record look up (sPRL). With that milestone, the eight Regional Health Information Organizations (RHIOs) were linked and providers could now search for any patient who has given consent across the State. This huge achievement took over five years of concerted effort by hundreds of stakeholders in dozens of workgroups. We not only had to build the infrastructure, but we also had to align on policy to keep patients’ records safe and secure. Now the network holds over 37 million patient records, processes over 2.4 million transactions a month and has over 59,000 users of the SHIN-NY.

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