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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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2017 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 2017, 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 2017 Year in Review.

  • HealtheConnections Enters a Strategic Partnership with HealthlinkNY
    A message from CEO Rob Hack: To our participants, partners, and stakeholders: You value actionable data, continuous innovation, and a shared vision for improved health and healthcare delivery for all, just like we do. This type of progress can only be achieved through enhanced collaboration and looking beyond the status quo. It is with great […]

  • HealtheConnections expands Clinical-Community Referrals
    Connecting clinicians and community-based programs to improve health. In 2016, HealtheConnections set out to improve the referral process by leveraging the power of the HIE and its large pool of participants, and created a mechanism for healthcare providers to make perinatal referrals to the Healthy Families Program for Onondaga County residents. Now, the organization is […]

  • New York Expands Electronic Patient Care Alerts Service Statewide
    Healthcare Professionals Can Now Receive Alerts When Their Patient is Admitted to or Discharged from a Hospital Anywhere in the State Further Enhancing Care Coordination ALBANY, NY—The New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) today announced the expansion of patient care alerts across the state’s eight regional health information exchanges through the Statewide Health Information Network for […]