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NHINNationwide Health Information Network
NHINNational Health Information Network
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The first, a concept developed by SATVA, a trade association of EHR vendors serving the field of behavioral health, uses the NHIN Direct protocol to transmit a CCD.
This could be achieved through NHIN CONNECT, an open-source software solution that enables health information exchange--both locally and at the national level.
In addition, EndoSoft uses XDR to send procedure note directly to other EHR's to consume, or to NHIN to distribute.
This type of infrastructure has been developed at a larger level through the National Health Information Network (NHIN) software CONNECT, a system agnostic OSS platform that serves as a backbone to national exchange of health information (Kuperman et al., 2010).
By leveraging ENOVIA as the integration and communication gateway to the evolving Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN), healthcare providers will be able to seamlessly manage future upgrades to back office infrastructure while also securely accessing patient information through an intuitive iPhone application that can be downloaded on the App Store.
VA and Kaiser Permanente launched a pilot medical-data exchange program in San Diego using the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN).
The effort to create a National Health Information Network (NHIN)--a nationwide computerized database such as the president is promoting--brings with it a unique set of problems.
The Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) is under development as a "network of networks," designed to securely link electronic health records at hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, payers, and labs so that health information can follow patients nationwide.
Worth, Texas-based PDX and its affiliates Rx.com and NHIN as its partners for the solution.
The goal of the NHIN project was to demonstrate that a system could collect information from different providers, translate it into a standard format and then share it.
Centergy is currently used by Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) contractors in California, New Mexico and New York, as well as by some of North America's largest health information exchanges (HIEs), including those in Ohio, New York and British Columbia.