HIES


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AcronymDefinition
HIESHousehold Income and Expenditure Survey (Department of Census and Statistics; Sri Lanka)
HIESHyper-IgE Syndrome
HIESHirschmann Industrial Ethernet Specialist
HIESHitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd. (Japan)
HIESHandbook of International Economic Statistics (US CIA)
HIESHrvatska Interaktivna Enciklopedija Stripa (Croatian: Croatia Interactive Comic Book Encyclopedia; Croatia)
HIESHighland and Island Emigration Society (1852-1857; Scottish emigration organization)
HIESHospital Infection Epidemiology and Surveillance (Australia)
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The preliminary data of the HIES 2016 was first published in October 2017 marking the 25th International Day for Poverty Reduction, she added.
Jackson: The most immediate and obvious use case for HIEs is the availability of data for emergency care.
Prior to the White House, Williams was the director of HIE for the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
Private HIEs often involve integrated delivery networks (IDNs) or Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and may cross state borders.
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.
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.
Another strategy that some HIEs have discussed is to establish more restrictive access policies for "sensitive health information." The idea is that certain categories of information, like mental illness, substance abuse, HIV status, domestic violence, and genetic data, be treated differently, with additional safeguards to prevent unauthorized access.
The system's "purposeful moves to become more of an outpatient-oriented organization" may not align directly with HITECH, but Moore says CHI will take whatever incentive payments it can get during the next seven to 10 years while engineering a $1.5 billion initiative to enhance clinical IT and build HIE systemwide.
The methodological information which the HIES gives is concentrated in the chapters on "Concepts and Definitions" and "Sample Design" and focuses on the definitions used and on the mechanics of sample drawing.
For high-functioning HIEs, there are many "moving parts" and myriad federal guidelines and laws governing how they must operate.