The Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN) is a nonprofit organization created through a public-private collaborative. GaHIN was founded with one clear goal—to establish Georgia's statewide health information exchange (HIE), connecting large integrated health systems, payers, wellness partners and other healthcare stakeholders.
To create a healthier Georgia through the use and exchange of electronic health information to improve patient-centered health care, increase efficiencies and improve the health of the state’s entire population.
To facilitate a statewide health information network for Georgia that is trusted and valued by all stakeholders; works to improve health care coordination and reduces costs; and establishes a solid foundation for long-term financial sustainability.
To close the patient information gap across care settings by electronically connecting disparate systems and data sources to support improved quality of care, better health outcomes and reductions in cost.
GaHIN is dedicated to improving quality of care, health outcomes and reductions in cost—and fostering a healthier Georgia.