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Data Used in HIE Can Identify Homeless Patients – Healthcare Informatics

Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City have examined Healthix, a New York-based HIE, to see if they could identify patterns that would indicate when someone was homeless. As the researchers noted, homeless patients experience worse outcomes and consume a disproportionate amount of healthcare resources compared to

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Healthix Introduces Alert System – Federal Telemedicine News

The article appearing in Federal Medicine News states “Healthix’s patient alert system known as Clinical Event Notifications, triggers over 5,000 monthly real-time updates to case managers about their high-risk patients enabling them to better navigate crisis situations and develop comprehensive healthcare plans to further their care in the future.”

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Payer-led HIE takes another step — Healthcare IT News

The article report’s on Healthfirst, a not-for-profit health plan serving more than one million members in greater NYC, use of a health information exchange and clinical portal for providers in its network.

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Success with Healthix HIE for Brooklyn Health Home and Oscar Health Insurance — HIE Answers

The website HIE Answers recently reported on the success of Healthix HIE for Brooklyn Health Home and Oscar Health Insurance. Specifically detailing how the timely exchange of patient information among involved providers has driven measurable improvements in patient engagements and outcomes for Brooklyn Health Home. As well as how a new insurance company is using

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Why this Health Insurer Wants Instant Alerts from the ER — Fast Company

Why One Health Insurer Wants to Make Sure Doctors are Instantly Notified When a Patient is in the Emergency Room. “…The technology, provided by an organization called Healthix that maintains clinical records for more than 7.5 million patients in and around New York city, is designed to get patient information from primary care professionals and

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