Health Information Exchange (HIE)

Los Angeles pictured from above
By Ali Modaressi 03:32 pm February 04, 2021
As COVID-19 continues to surge in Los Angeles, LANES is enabling free-flowing data insights – medical, behavioral and socioeconomic ─ to close information gaps and improve clinical decision support for better outcomes.
Graphic showing connected points on a map of North America
By Seema Verma 11:01 am January 11, 2021
CMS progress on healthcare interoperability
By Joyoti Goswami 02:01 pm September 22, 2020
The clinical manifestations of COVID-19 are varied, and patients are known to have rapidly changing signs and symptoms that must be tracked with laboratory testing.
By Joyoti Goswami 11:46 am August 17, 2020
How healthcare providers can leverage interoperability across the care continuum for improved care coordination and patient empowerment. 
By Michael Gagnon 11:52 am May 22, 2020
Let’s invest in an interoperable health data system that connects all providers, hospitals, nursing homes, insurance companies, state and local governments, public health and patients who need access to medical records.
By Rick Keller 03:32 pm March 16, 2020
Accurate outbreak data reporting depends on a robust, standards-based and interoperable information infrastructure. We still have a long way to go.
By Ali Modaressi 09:12 am February 06, 2020
In a region of 10 million residents, the nonprofit Los Angeles Network for Enhanced Services is helping achieve care coordination, closing care gaps when providers are able to access data at the point of care, using a central interoperable platform.
By Paddy Padmanabhan 01:13 pm February 03, 2020
The ability to gain access to the data through reusable APIs significantly improves developer productivity, enabling CIOs to achieve more with the same resources.
FHIR
Sponsored
By 09:01 am November 21, 2017
The full value of FHIR is still years in the making, says one expert.
By Sue Schade 09:17 am September 25, 2017
In a medical crisis, clinicians need to know people’s medications, allergies, and medical histories to safely care for patients in shelters and to manage transfers between care settings.