Health Information Exchange (HIE)

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Alembic Foundation

The Alembic Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting transformation through disruptive innovation using open processes in open communities to create open technologies that are contributed to the public commons.

Alembic aims to achieve this in two ways: Read More »

Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN)

The Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) promotes better use of information communication technology (ICT) to achieve improved health through peer-to-peer assistance and knowledge sharing and learning using a regional approach for greater country-level impacts across South and Southeast Asia. To achieve this AeHIN works in four strategic areas to: Read More »

Aurion Project

Aurion is an open source health information exchange (HIE) platform that implements the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) standard services and content specifications. Read More »

Axial Exchange

Combining the principles of open standards and open source, they seek to enable providers' access to the data from their legacy systems facilitating new integrated applications and the future of true health information exchange. Axial Exchange's stated vision is to interconnect all of the parties in the health ecosystem safely and securely.

Bi-directional Health Information Exchange (BHIE)

Bi-directional Health Information Exchange (BHIE) is a series of communications protocols and software tools developed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). It is used to exchange healthcare information between VA and DoD healthcare facilities nationwide. It is one of the most widely used health information exchange (HIE) solutions in use today. Read More »


BrowserSoft Inc. provides health IT consulting services and breakthrough products such as the Open Health Record Exchange (OpenHRE) solution. Browsersoft provides Health Information Exchange (HIE) software and services to clients in California, Louisiana, Texas, and Kansas. Read More »

Care Management Solutions (CMS)

Care Management Solutions (CMS) is based in Rutland, Vermont and was incorporated in 1995; a successful medical billing and electronic medical records company with extensive experience using and deploying OpenEMR. CMS has hosted the community version of OpenEMR in the cloud since 2012 with a few customizations to help paper-based offices migrate their workflow to an effective electronic solution while maximizing productivity.

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CareAccord: Oregon’s statewide Health Information Exchange

Steve Campbell | EMR Daily News | May 21, 2012

Harris Corporation has announced the implementation of CareAccord, Oregon’s statewide Health Information Exchange. CareAccord, which is administered by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), will enhance communications among Oregon healthcare providers, reduce duplicate orders, smooth transitions in care and support fulfillment of meaningful use requirements.“Providers will have the capacity to share vital medical history with specialists, labs and emergency departments. Patients will benefit from primary care physicians and specialists who can now exchange medical information electronically prior to scheduled appointments, improving patient safety and expanding the time patients have with their providers.” Read More »


careMESH is the only service on the market that guarantees 100% digital delivery of patient health information to any clinician nationwide so that healthcare providers and their support teams can communicate and collaborate with each other…instantly. Our secure services, hosted on the Google Cloud Platform© and inclusive of our proprietary FHIR-based National Clinician Directory, make it possible for clinicians and their support teams to locate each other and share digital patient health information, without the burden and expense of complex integration projects. Read More »


CONNECT is an open source software solution and community that promotes IT interoperability and connectivity in the U.S. health care system. CONNECT enables secure electronic health information exchange (HIE) among healthcare providers, insurers, government agencies and consumer services. Read More »

Direct Project

The Direct Project develops specifications for a secure, scalable, standards-based way to establish universal health addressing and transport for participants (e.g. providers, laboratories, hospitals, pharmacies, patients) to send encrypted health information directly to known, trusted recipients over the Internet. Read More »

Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN)

Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) is a public health surveillance system developed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) that is used to monitor drug-related visits to hospital emergency departments (EDs) as well as drug-related deaths. DAWN also helps communities and member facilities identify other emerging health problems,

epSOS Project

epSOS [European Patients Smart Open Services] is the main European eHealth interoperability project co-funded by the European Commission and the partners. Read More »

Governance Framework for Trusted Electronic Health Information Exchange

Released in May 2013, the "Governance Framework for Trusted Electronic Health Information Exchange (HIE)" is intended to serve as the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s (ONC) guiding principles on HIE governance. Read More »

Health Information Exchange Open Source (HIEOS)

Health Information Exchange Open Source (HIEOS™) is an open source solution offering supported by General Dynamics. This open-architecture platform enables secure health information exchange between disparate health communities (e.g. HIE, RHIO), thereby enabling care providers to have longitudinal perspectives of patients' health records. Read More »