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“To adapt and advance as clinical workflows and needs change across the care continuum” is a core objective of HealthInfoNet’s in the work that we do every day. If we aren’t staying informed and up to date with the ever-evolving needs of our participants and their end users, we’re missing the mark. Over the
As we look ahead to our Fall 2020 webinar series schedule, HealthInfoNet is excited to continue to enhance the knowledge base of our participants and their end-user communities by sharing technical know-how, lessons learned, use cases, tips and tricks, and more that can assist in their interactions with our data and solutions. Details regarding upcoming sessions
At the time our last update in April 2020, when we knew much less about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our communities, HealthInfoNet was in discussions with the Maine CDC, Maine DHHS, and the major health systems to determine how we could best assist the State in their efforts to better assess the situation. Since then, there are three (3) major updates that we
HealthInfoNet is excited to announce the release of its new “HINcontext” application. This SMART (Substitutable Medical Applications, Reusable Technologies) on FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) software was designed and developed in partnership with the Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP), a regional Health Information Exchange (HIE) serving Maryland, the District of Columbia, and West Virginia, and will soon be deployed to the MaineHealth healthcare system. Traditionally, users of HealthInfoNet’s Clinical
HealthInfoNet is pleased to have Dimitri Michaud join our Leadership team as Chief Operating Officer (COO). In his role as COO, Dimitri will be responsible for elevating the awareness of HealthInfoNet’s innovation, leading the technical and programmatic teams in developing and implementing contemporary information technology services, and working with HealthInfoNet Leadership to align the company’s mission with its
HealthInfoNet recently released an updated 18-month Strategic Plan, effective June 2020 through December 2021. The focus of our latest strategic planning efforts, which began in November 2019, is to build on our previous plan’s core priority areas by making adjustments to their respective goals and objectives in light of an ever-evolving healthcare ecosystem and in consideration of some
As we look ahead to our Summer 2020 webinar series schedule, HealthInfoNet is excited to continue to enhance the knowledge base of our clients and their end-user communities by sharing technical know-how, lessons learned, use cases, tips and tricks, and more that can assist in their interactions with our data and solutions. Details regarding
Vermont Information Technology Leaders and Cureous Innovations Partner to Improve Regional Efficiency and Quality of Care
HealthInfoNet is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Vermont Information Technology Leaders (VITL) under its new subsidiary company, Cureous Innovations Inc™. Cureous Innovations is collaborating with VITL to operate person-centered health information technology solutions for Vermont’s statewide HIE (VHIE). This partnership marks a significant commitment to enhancing health information technology services
HealthInfoNet is proud to release its “Substance Use Disorder Information Exchange Strategic Plan” with the goal of advancing data-informed integrated care workflows for persons with substance use disorders. The report was developed in partnership with community stakeholders and with support from the Maine Health Access Foundation and The Betterment Fund. In February 2019,