John Kansky, president and CEO of Indiana Health Information Exchange – and a board member at both Civitas Networks for Health and the Consortium for State and Regional Interoperability – is a longtime leader in the HIE space.
He spoke with HIMSSCast recently about IHIE and the Indiana Network for Patient Care. He also talked more generally about health information exchange – the noun, not the verb – and offered his perspective on state and regional exchanges: how they’ve evolved over the past decade-plus, how they’ve served provider members and their patients during the pandemic, and where they might be headed in the future.
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What’s new at Indiana Health Information Exchange?
How the pandemic has tested the mettle of state and regional HIEs.
How have the basic mission, vision and value proposition of state/regional HIEs has changed?
How state HIEs can work with other data exchange structures, such as CommonWell and Carequality.
Where innovation is happening, and how local grant challenges and federal funding programs are helping drive it.
More related to this episode:
The Indiana Health Information Exchange stays on the cutting edge
The key role HIEs can play in value-based care
SHIEC, NRHI join forces to launch Civitas Networks for Health
ONC to offer new funding for state and local HIE innovation
State and regional HIEs: ‘Don’t count us out just yet!’
How HIEs can improve interoperability nationwide
Kansky: States must rise to the HIE challenge
Mike Miliard is executive editor of Healthcare IT News.
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Healthcare IT News is a HIMSS publication.
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