OCHIN

AcronymDefinition
OCHINOregon Community Health Information Network
OCHINOttawa-Carleton Health Information Network (est. 1995; Canada)
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"We could add another five states to that in the next 12 to 18 months," says CEO Abby Sears, who has been with Portland-based OCHIN since its inception.
After OCHIN began deploying a hosted Epic implementation for five FQHCs, its executives realized they had to scale it up to spread the cost across more providers.
Over the years, OCHIN has added professional services offerings such as billing, practice facilitation coaching, compliance and risk assessment, and evaluation services.
After previously buying the Oregon Health Network, last year OCHIN acquired the California Telehealth Network (CTN).
With these partnerships, Ochin customers will have access to the RubiconMD and SNC web-based care coordination solutions, which enable a primary care physician to send a secure electronic message to asynchronously consult a clinical specialist about a patient's condition.
Ochin serves over 500 organizations nationally by providing clinicians with solutions that improve the integration and delivery of health care services.
Ochin started with a commitment to deliver health information technology support and services and has continued to provide its expanding community of customers and partners with the innovative tools, knowledge, and voice needed to participate in the national health care landscape.
With this partnership, OCHIN customers will have preferred access to SNC's web-based care coordination solutions, including SNC's premier products "Converge" and "Connect."
Portland, Oregon-based nonprofit OCHIN is one of the largest and most successful health information and innovation networks, serving over 500 organizations comprised of more than 10,000 clinicians across the nation with solutions that improve the integration and delivery of health care services.
As a learning organization, OCHIN started with a commitment to deliver health information technology support and services and has continued to provide its expanding community of customers and partners with the innovative tools, knowledge, and voice needed to participate in the national health care landscape.
Military Registers for 1567/68 recorded the dispatch to various destinations, in ranks from commanders to captain, of Andrei Ochin, Prince Osip Gvozdev Priimkov, Roman Alfer'ev, Konstantin Dmitreev syn Polivanov, Grigorii Polev, and Ivan Baushov from the oprichnina.