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DataMotion is the leader in the field, and in conjunction with the Bronx RHIO, their rapid implementation capability met our extremely tight time-to-market requirements.
During the transition phase in 2008-2010, Rochester RHIO received several major grants in addition to its growing fee revenue, allowing it to build out its services to elder-care agencies and patients, radiology report and image delivery, EMS providers and Medicaid.
The regulations' prohibition on unauthorized re-disclosure is proving to be a thorny issue for policymakers developing consent regulations for nascent RHIOs.
CIOs are implementing solutions that remove them from the loop and enable physicians to access images through RHIOs and HIEs.
Patients will determine whether all or none of their information goes to the RHIO, and which providers may see the information.
Rochester RHIO is a secure online resource developed by and for doctors, hospital systems, and other health care providers in the nine county Greater Rochester area.
As things stand as of press time, no RHIO has yet incorporated regular, active data exchange involving nursing homes, according to Clement J.
The most successful RHIOs and HIEs are limited in scope and focus on a discrete set of goals.
According to Thompson, thoughtful, purposeful collaboration among disciplines is key to building a successful RHIO that includes behavioral healthcare.
Several of the RHIO hospitals have already leveraged the system to achieve "meaningful use" under the government's electronic health records incentive program.
The federated model could easily address the security, confidentiality and privacy issues that threaten to derail RHIO expansion.
Todd Rowland of HealthLINC, an organization leading the health information exchange effort in South Central Indiana, and Ted Kremer of Rochester RHIO, the regional health information organization connecting medical providers across nine counties in New York, are being recognized for the important role they had in successfully implementing Axolotl's Elysium[R] Exchange, a technology system to electronically share clinical information to improve patient care, reduce health care costs, and improve the quality and efficiency of their organizations.