Here for care providers—wherever they are.
The Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), Georgia’s state-designated health information exchange (HIE), helps healthcare workers access crucial patient data at the point of care.
But at its heart, GaHIN is much more than that. By connecting providers from different health systems, locations and specialties, GaHIN delivers the patient health information they need to change lives.
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At GaHIN, we are helping to improve patient care across the state. We do this by connecting providers and other members of the care community with critical health information, when and where they need it. We are committed to supporting Georgia’s care communities, now and always, by connecting care.
How You Can Make a Difference
If you are not already connected to GaHIN through a health system or regional HIE, now is the time to connect—to share data on your patients with other providers and access the patient information available through GaHIN.
If you are connected, thank you! You are making a difference in the health of Georgians.
The COVID-19 crisis has been one of the greatest challenges the healthcare system has faced in our lifetime. The impact on caregivers across the country, and here in Georgia, has been unimaginable.
We know that providers can only give their patients the best care if they have the information they need to make decisions. That is where GaHIN is able—and frankly, grateful—to be able to help.
GaHIN understands how important it is that providers have real-time access to patient health information that allows them to deliver better care. As a leader in health information technology, our network and technological solutions help clinical partners across the state improve patient care at a time when it’s never been so difficult—and critical.
The world has changed and healthcare has changed. But one thing that won’t change is GaHIN’s commitment to support our clinical partners by connecting care.
-Denise Hines, DHA, PMP, FHIMSS