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HIE Architecture and Implementation with HealthShare

November 4, 2010 No Comments

Use of HealthShare for health information exchange (HIE) among organizations and clinicians, regionally and nationally, is growing quickly worldwide. HIE projects in New York State, in Rhode Island, and Sweden’s national electronic health record showcase the power and benefits of HealthShare.

In this brief video, Tim Andrews, lead technical architect of SHIN-NY (Statewide Health Information Network for New York), speaks about how an emerging set of standards, protocols, and statewide instances of SOA enable health information sharing across NY State, and provide a model for the nation.

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