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AcronymDefinition
HIESHousehold Income and Expenditure Survey (Department of Census and Statistics; Sri Lanka)
HIESHyper-IgE Syndrome
HIESHandbook of International Economic Statistics (US CIA)
HIESHighland and Island Emigration Society (1852-1857; Scottish emigration organization)
HIESHrvatska Interaktivna Enciklopedija Stripa (Croatian: Croatia Interactive Comic Book Encyclopedia; Croatia)
HIESHospital Infection Epidemiology and Surveillance (Australia)
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The market is already flooded with different HIEs popping up across the country.
Paula Johnson, Director of Enterprise Business Systems at UPHCN, stated, "UPHIE continues to push the boundaries of the markets we believe can benefit from an HIE in the Upper Peninsula.
HIEs can offer services to providers looking for alternatives to tethered patient portals offered by EHR vendors.
Leverage the cloud by allowing private HIEs to share information within secure tunnels across facility and state lines.
Aller: By connecting the dots between clinical, administrative and patient data, HIEs enable both providers and health plans to deliver more proactive, more effective and more coordinated care.
Other statewide HIEs have seen substantial success.
HIE expert from the US, Dr Sue Feldman said it was important to see people use the HIE as a standard of care once it is in place.
Clinicians, provider facilities and OEM partners rely on Orion Health to facilitate data exchange between hospitals, health systems, HIEs, and affiliated providers and medical devices, resulting in improved care coordination, increased cost savings and efficiencies, and enhanced quality of care.
A majority of HIEs default to an automatic opt-in status, requiring one to take an action to opt-out of participation in the HIP.
While HIE requirements are not directly incorporated into the first stage of meaningful-use targets, they are implied today and eventually will be essential, says Claudia Williams, a senior adviser with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.