BHIX is a RHIO – or regional health information organization – devoted to developing, deploying and operating innovative health information technology to facilitate collaboration across the continuum of patient care.

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SHIN-NY gets a lift - HIE Watch

Apr 9, 2015

SHIN-NY, the New York Statewide Health Information Network, will receive a $45 million boost from the state legislature as part of the 2015-2016 budget, to help the statewide HIE and its regional organizations expand to more providers and patients.
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Innovative Use of HIE on Patient-Centered Research is the focus of Healthix Presentation at HIMSS15

Apr 7, 2015

Thomas F. Check and Lorraine Fernandes will share their perspective on the value and innovative use of health information exchange (HIE) to the 2015 Annual HIMSS Conference and Exhibition in Chicago, April 12-16, 2015.
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Final State Budget Funds SHIN-NY

Apr 2, 2015

Funding Will Help to Drive Adoption and Usage of New York’s Electronic Health Records System Already,50,000 Healthcare Providers Participate in the SHIN-NY; Over 7 Million New Yorkers Have Given Consent for Their Medical Records to Be Shared
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Op-Ed "Why Electronic Health Records Matter" - TimesUnion.com

Mar 30, 2015

For as long as we can remember, modern medicine has operated without a complete picture of the patient. Thanks to the Statewide Health Information Network of New York and its nine regional health information organizations, this has started to change...Amanda Parsons and Larry K. McReynolds, provide their commentary
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Pay for Performance Extends to Health Care... (DSRIP)-NY Times

Mar 30, 2015

New York, which has the country’s largest Medicaid budget, is committing more than $1 billion a year for five years to the experiment known as DSRIP.
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J2 Interactive Showcases Healthix Innovation

Mar 9, 2015

J2 continues to help Healthix develop new capabilities, such as electronic submission of care plans and electronic signing of clinical orders, that expedite the delivery of coordinated care.
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