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Our Commitment

HealtheConnections is committed to connecting and engaging healthcare physicians, hospitals, public health, mental and behavioral health, human services and other health care providing entities, insurers, business and consumers to implement services and initiatives that support New York State’s health information exchange and population health improvement agendas.

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2016 Year in Review

Improving ourselves and our work is a journey that never ends. At HealtheConnections, our guiding principle is to be more productive, efficient, and responsive to meet the ever-changing needs of our community partners, and by the conclusion of 2016, it was clear that we had done so. We’re excited for this new year of continued growth and achievement! Click here to see our 2016 Year in Review.

  • HealtheConnections hits 800 Participating Organizations and Celebrates Marketing Competition Wins
    In January of 2017, HealtheConnections introduced a new marketing campaign to Central New York, speaking directly to medical professionals about the benefits of the health information exchange. This was immediately following incredible growth in 2016, setting the stage for an exceptional result – reaching 800 participating organizations enrolled. The marketing campaign was a key element […]

  • Enhanced Alerting Now Available
    HealtheConnections Launches New Alerting Capabilities Featuring Medication Adherence Alerting HealtheConnections has enhanced functionality with a new alert for Medication Adherence.  In partnership with Kinney Drugs, an alert will be sent out when a patient does not pick up a prescription after 14 days.  This notification gives providers the opportunity to follow up with patients, as […]

  • HealtheConnections Growing, Relocates to Franklin Square
    Company Growth and Development Prompts Move HealtheConnections is pleased to announce its new office in historic Franklin Square. As an anchor tenant in Franklin Center, the firm occupies a beautifully renovated factory that was originally built in 1903 for the Clinton Knitting Company on lands referred to as the “old Salt Flats” in Syracuse. Formerly […]