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November Newsletter: Healthix Market Segment – Integrated Delivery Network (IDN), Customer Support Tickets and More!

IDNs connected to Healthix, work collaboratively with us to exchange data, receive alerts and services such as Gaps in Care, eMOLST​ and custom reporting.

October Newsletter: Healthix Profile360°, Healthix HIV Viral Alerts and More!

Healthix Profile360° was designed with Community Based and Behavioral Health Organizations in mind.

Juy/August Newsletter: Healthix – Adapting Alerts to Address Specific Needs, Healthix by User Roles and More!

Healthix – Improving data quality, reliability and customized service offerings.

June Newsletter: Meet the Healthix Compliance Team and Learn about NYU Langone Health, Healthix & eMOLST

The Healthix Compliance Team is an integrated and essential part of Healthix, touching all aspects of exchanging patient data…

April Newsletter: Healthix partners with Hixny on Concise, Terminology Mapping Update, Healthix has a New Office Space and More!

In a move toward increasing access to vital clinical data, Healthix announced a collaboration with Hixny to launch a new SMART on FHIR enabled capability, developed by Hixny

Collaboration between Healthix and Hixny facilitates seamless access through Concise

A FHIR-enabled patient record snapshot; drives interoperability and workflow efficiencies for New York State providers. The application will provide a patient record snapshot that quickly delivers data within the provider’s workflow; data that is essential for effective care.

Article 28, 36 and 40 facilities are mandated to connect to a SHIN-NY HIE

As outlined in the letter (dated June 2017) from the NYSDOH, SHIN-NY regulation requires various healthcare organizations to connect to the SHIN-NY. Specifically, this includes Article 28 facilities, Article 36 facilities and Article 40 facilities. Organizations using Certified EHRs are subject to this requirement. If an organization is required to connect to an HIE and

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March Newsletter: Alert Success Story, Terminology Mapping, Healthix Data Strategy and Reporting Team and More!

Until recently, Dr. Razia Jayman-Aristide, New York Health’s Chief Medical Officer, had limited visibility of her patients who were being admitted.

February Newsletter: NYU Langone Health and Healthix Collaboration, Meet Our Relationship Management Team, and More!

When people facing end-of-life decisions complete an eMOLST (Electronic Medical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment) with caregivers, they expect those choices to be followed.

Healthix Customer Updates – February 2022

Healthix Data Quality Improvement Initiative, reporting a Breach to the Office of Civil Rights, Cures Act USCDI (V1&V2), CMS Alerts, prepare for your upcoming PCMH Attestation and more…

December Newsletter: Big Focus on Small Data – An Interview with Todd Rogow, Healthix’s Customer Support Team and More!​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) are improving the quality of their data to further increase their value. Higher quality data means they can help healthcare organizations understand their region more clearly, allowing them to allocate their resources in the areas that need it.

October Newsletter: Northwell Health Success Story, Enhancing Customer Service, NORC Update, and More!

Northwell, one of the largest health care systems in the nation, currently uses the monthly Healthix Gaps in Care Report as an additional layer of information on top of its own data, to examine and fill patient gaps.

Healthix and the new CMS Rule: Why am I getting so many ADT notifications? Did you receive an event notification in error?

Get answers to these questions and learn more about The Interoperability and Patient Access final rule (CMS-9115-F).

September Newsletter: Healthix Customers Share their Use of Alerts, the NORC Survey is underway and More

In the last year, +206,000 alerts were read in the Healthix Portal, resulting in interventions at the point-of-care, facilitating care coordination and providing key information about patient or client encounters.

July/August Newsletter: Healthix COVID Vaccination Reports, NCQA Program, Post-Pandemic SHIN-NY Waiver Policies and More

With the Delta variant of COVID spreading rapidly across the nation, many clinicians are eager to know the vaccination status of their patients.

ADVISORY: Update New York State Emergency Waivers

Effective immediately The New York Department of Health has notified Healthix that emergency waivers for COVID-19 alerts, without patient consent, has now been suspended. What does this mean for you? COVID-19 Alerts, indicating the availability of COVID results, will be sent only with patient consent Vaccination data will continue to be available with patient consent

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June Newsletter: Healthix Turning Data into Information, New Concise EPIC App, Who’s Reading Alerts and More

“We are committed to providing our clinicians and care managers with data quality that will assist them with patient care, care management, analytics, and research.” – Todd Rogow, President and CEO of Healthix

May Newsletter: Partnership with DOHMH, Clinical Terminology Mapping, Healthix Services and More

Healthix is working with DOHMH on a project for the Office of School Health (OSH) to provide ED and inpatient information for students aged 6-18 with known diagnoses of asthma, diabetes and severe mental health.

April Newsletter: LiveOnNY Tells Their Story, NORC Results are in, Webinars/Training, & User News

How does data provided by Healthix directly contribute to saving the lives of New Yorkers? How does real-time data help someone to receive donated organs needed to survive –the tissues they need to heal; the eyes they need to see —all of this happens when Healthix partners with LiveOnNY.

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Healthix and Collective Medical – Closing Communication Gaps for Mentally Ill Patients

Save the date for April 27th Webinar. Did You Know — One in 5 New Yorkers experiences symptoms of a mental illness – an epidemic compounded by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and an increasingly prevalent substance use epidemic.

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