HealthInfoNet Goes Live with Clinical Portal InContext Service

In an effort to increase the interoperability of our HIE services to ensure our participant end users are able to access critical information on their patients when they need it most, HealthInfoNet recently went live with our new Clinical Portal InContext service. The service enables participant end users to view their patients’ statewide HIE records … Read more

Register Now for Social Health Data Action Plan Convening Series

Over the last several years, identifying strategies for the successful collection, exchange, and operationalization of “social determinants of health” data sets has become a top priority for stakeholders in pursuit of the Triple Aim. Nowadays, nearly everyone working to improve the way care is delivered to individuals who overlap diverse systems can cite the World Health … Read more

MaineCare’s Primary Care Plus Program Brings New and Expanded HIE Connections

HealthInfoNet has a long history of working in collaboration with Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services and its agencies, most prominently with the Office of MaineCare Services (OMS), to advance shared goals through the use of health information technology. Over the years, OMS has provided various incentives for new connections to the statewide Health … Read more

Participant End Users Provide Insightful Feedback to Inform Future Efforts

This fall, our Client Engagement and Clinical Education teams have been hard at work reviewing and distilling more than 400 responses received from participant end users as part of our recent Service Utilization & Workflow Survey. The purpose of this survey was to gain an updated understanding of how our participants’ end users are leveraging … Read more

Sharing the HIE’s Medicaid Analytics Platform with the MES Community and AC Providers

Earlier this summer, our team attended and presented at the Medicaid Enterprise Systems (MES) Conference, a national convening organized by the New England States Consortium Systems Organization (NESCSO) for state, federal, and private sector individuals to exchange ideas related to Medicaid systems and health policy affected by those systems. The conference is focused on MES procurement, funding, and … Read more

HealthInfoNet, The Rhode Island Quality Institute, and VITL Announce New England Region Health Information Exchange Collaboration

HealthInfoNet today announced an innovative collaboration with The Rhode Island Quality Institute (RIQI) and VITL (Vermont) aimed at advancing interstate interoperability to improve population health and patient care in and across each of the New England communities we serve. Bound by a common mission to operate our states’ respective Health Information Exchange (HIE) infrastructures, each of our three non-profit … Read more

Modernizing Infrastructure to Support the Next Generation of HIE Use Cases

One of the core responsibilities as a health information services partner is to be able to adapt and advance with our customers’ data infrastructure needs and interoperability regulations. To provide value to existing and prospective customers over time, we must continuously apply leading technology standards to our health information services in order to most flexibly … Read more

New Webpage Highlights Emerging HIE Strategies

As operator of Maine’s statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE), we’re constantly looking for new ways to help our healthcare communities create lasting system-wide improvements in the value and quality of patient care and population health. One way that we are hoping to share more timely information on the projects, programs, and partnerships that we are … Read more

Maine Department of Corrections Now Sending ADT & Vitals Information

The State of Maine Department of Corrections (MDOC) is now connected as a data-sharing participant of the statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE). MDOC is responsible for the direction and general supervision, guidance, and planning of both adult and juvenile correctional facilities and programs within the state. Our new implementation with MDOC includes each of its adult … Read more

New End User Newsletter Highlights “Need-to-Know” Insights

We know that our participants’ end users are busier than ever before. So when it comes to training and education of our health information services, there’s a certain balance that needs to be struck. While it’s important to have robust supporting documentation available for when time is not of the essence, concise materials highlighting critical … Read more