Health Information Exchange History – recalling the old days

The vision, mission(s) and goal(s) of health information exchange that was, is and will remain in effect… forever.

Health information exchange system is responsible for mobilizing the healthcare information electronically throughout the associated organizations that are bordered by community, hospital system and region. Health information exchange can endow us the ability to transfer clinical information electronically in between the network of health care information systems and at the same time maintaining and securing the true meaning of the information being exchanged. It is the job of health information exchange system to provide the access to and retrieval of the medical data in order to facilitate effective, patient-centered, timely, safe, secured and equitable health care. The health information exchange system is also fruitful in terms of providing assistance to the Public Health authorities in the analyses of the countrywide population health.
 
To learn more about the vision, mission(s) and goal(s), of all time, of the health information exchange and regular health information exchange history. Tell us about your medical applications and health requirements and we will explore your solution from the rich and extensive health information exchange history.
 
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A direct look at health information exchange history

After being finally awaked from ample of unsuccessful yet enlightening attempts at the national healthcare reforms back in the late years of the 90’s decade and in the early 2000; in response to several of the concerns rose following the events of 9/11; as well as with the hope to lead the real time surveillance against bioterrorism and some other severe diseases, President George Bush being immensely determines undertook the inadequately funded and largely symbolic step of developing the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology (ONCHIT). The co-founder, CEO and the chairman of the CareScience Inc and also a senior physician; Dr. David Brailer was the person whose name was used to name the first peer collaborative electronic health information data exchange system or network of the nation.
 
To learn more about the vision, mission(s) and goal(s), of all time, of the health information exchange and regular health information exchange history. Tell us about your medical applications and health requirements and we will explore your solution from the rich and extensive health information exchange history.

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