HealtheConnections is a not-for-profit corporation that supports the meaningful use of health information exchange and technology adoption, and the use of community health data and best practices, to enable Central New York stakeholders to transform and improve patient care, improve the health of populations and lower health care costs.
Updated HealtheConnections HIE Participation Agreements Now Available
HealtheConnections has updated its Participation Agreement, Business Associate Agreement, and Terms & Conditions.
Kinney Drugs Partners with HealtheConnections
Kinney Drugs, a leading healthcare organization in New York and Vermont, announced a collaborative healthcare partnership with HealtheConnections, a Syracuse-based regional health information organization (RHIO) supporting eleven counties of central and northern New York, to allow physicians and other healthcare providers to securely access and share patient prescription information.
2015 Year in Review
HealtheConnections announces a 2015 Year in Review report with a message from President & CEO, Rob Hack
CMS Extends Meaningful Use Attestation Deadline
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has extended its meaningful use attestation deadline for the EHR meaningful use programs. Originally slated for the end of February, the meaningful use deadline has now been extended until March 11, 2016, allowing providers about two extra weeks to attest to the Medicare MU program.
HealtheConnections Partners with ARISE to Improve Community Health Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities
HealtheConnections and ARISE were chosen by the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD) as part of their Reaching People with Disabilities through Healthy Communities project to collaboratively work to make health-related opportunities in Onondaga County more inclusive of people with disabilities.
HealtheConnections Receives Funding to Help Prevent and Control Chronic Disease Across Central New York
Central New York organizations partner together to fight obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke, while reducing health disparities