Company History

For more than a decade, HealthInfoNet has been informing the decisions driving healthcare transformation through close community partnerships, pragmatic innovation, and reliable services.

  • MHINT

    2004

    Initiated as a feasibility study known as the Maine Health Information Network Technology (MHINT) project, led by the Maine Health Information Center (MHIC)

  • HIN Logo

    2006

    Formally established as "HealthInfoNet," with support from Maine's largest health systems, with the objective of collecting, storing, and distributing cleansed and secured clinical data

  • Maine Seal

    2010

    Designated as the State of Maine's statewide health information exchange (HIE)

  • HBI

    2012

    Partnered with HBI Solutions to develop and disseminate real-time predictive risk analytics using the HIE's clinical data feed

  • SIM

    2013

    Received SIM grant funding to expand behavioral health partnerships and connections

  • eHealth

    2015

    Established connection to the eHealth Exchange national framework

  • Robert Wood Johnson

    2016

    Collaborated with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to incorporate social determinants of health data into the HIE database and risk models

  • Maine Seal

    2017

    Delivered analytics and reporting solutions to Maine CDC and Maine Medicaid using claims and clinical data sets

  • termatlas

    2018

    Deployed a new terminology service, TermAtlas™, which translates local codes to industry standards and allows for real-time management of transactions within web-based application

  • MEHAF

    2019

    Funded by the Maine Health Access Foundation to develop recommendations for sharing substance use data in alignment with 42 CFR Part 2 regulations