GaHIN Will Work with Ready Computing to Implement New Technology Platform and Projects
ATLANTA, GA - Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) notifications can help improve care quality, avoid hospital readmissions and improve care transitions and coordination. These automated, actionable alerts are delivered to care managers and providers in near real time, helping to ensure timely follow-up and avoid gaps along the care continuum.
ATLANTA, GA - In October 2020, GaHIN was one of five HIEs awarded a $500,000 grant by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). The grant was intended to further support public health organizations, including the Georgia Departments of Public Health (DPH) and Community Health (DCH), in accessing, sharing and using electronic health information, especially data from populations underserved and/or disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
ATLANTA, GA - GaHIN is pleased to welcome Dr. Jeffeory White as its new Chair of the Board of Directors. Dr. White is a long-time supporter of and advocate for GaHIN and has previously served on the Board and Executive Committee of the organization.
ATLANTA, GA - People are not static - they travel for business and visit family and friends in other cities and states. And while they're on the move, they may require episodic healthcare or see specialty clinicians in other locations.
ATLANTA, GA - If there is one lesson that has been learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s how important it is for public health agencies to have access to timely and complete patient data for disease tracking, case management and contact tracing. Electronic case reporting (eCR) provides this data during routine periods as well as public health emergencies. The data includes information on patient demographics, comorbidities, immunizations, medications and other treatments.
ATLANTA, GA - More than one million transactions took place through GeorgiaDirect during 2021. GeorgiaDirect is GaHIN's secure email messaging service that lets providers send and receive authenticated and encrypted patient health information over the internet to other authorized and trusted recipients. GaHIN offers GeorgiaDirect at no charge to authorized, credentialed providers.
ATLANTA, GA - Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), the state-designated health information exchange (HIE) for Georgia, announced today that it has released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for an Investment Manager.
ATLANTA, GA – The Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), Georgia’s state-designated health information exchange (HIE), has selected Velatura Public Benefit Corporation (Velatura) as its technology partner to advance interoperability and deliver new functionalities.
ATLANTA, GA – Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN) is one of five health information exchange (HIE) organizations nationwide to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) designed to help support state agencies in their efforts to respond to public health emergencies, including disasters and pandemics such as COVID-19.
ATLANTA and CALHOUN - My Medical Neighborhood coalition on Health (MMNCH) has connected to the Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), Georgia’s state-designated health information exchange (HIE) that allows hospitals, physicians and clinicians to safely and securely exchange patient health information. GaHIN’s goal is to create a healthier Georgia through the use and secure exchange of electronic health information.
ATLANTA, GA – Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), the state-designated health information exchange (HIE) for Georgia, announced today that it has released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for new technology options.
ATLANTA, Feb 18, 2020 - Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), the state-designated health information exchange (HIE) for Georgia, has launched a new service that allows healthcare providers to share a copy of their patients’ lab results via a secure, searchable GaHIN repository. The new service reflects GaHIN’s focus on making patient health information available at the point of care to improve care quality and reduce costs.
ATLANTA - Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), the state-designated health information exchange (HIE) for Georgia, awarded a total of $500,000 to its members in 2019 to accelerate technology adoption and the electronic exchange of health information. Since the Intermediary Program’s inception five years ago, 380 providers have received grants totaling $3.8 million.
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