FALLS CHURCH, Va., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Evolvent Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of healthcare information technology services to the Federal Government, is assisting the Department of Defense (DoD) progress towards the National Health Information Network (NHIN). NHIN is a set of standards, services and policies that allow Health Information Exchange (HIE) via the Internet. This allows physicians to be able to connect with, and exchange information with, other physicians, as well as laboratories. Evolvent is among an elite class of companies that is actively involved with implementations onto the NHIN via the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER) initiatives. Additionally, Evolvent is developing significant upgrades to the Bidirectional Health Information Exchange (BHIE) capabilities to begin the interchange into alignment with modern standards.
Evolvent has assisted the DoD successfully become one of the initial groups of health organizations to navigate the new NHIN on-boarding procedures, including standards compliance and interoperability testing. NHIN will be beneficial for both commercial entities and other government spaces. Evolvent is truly excited to have this opportunity to extend its direct experience with implementation of National Health Information Network-based HIE, and DoD-VA interoperability in general.
Evolvent is a healthcare systems company with services ranging from program assessments to global technology implementations. With a large presence serving military healthcare, the VA, and private sector healthcare communities, Evolvent is a proven partner to deliver solutions and services for healthcare delivery organizations. Based in Falls Church, Virginia, Evolvent has offices in Dulles, Virginia and San Antonio, Texas and operations throughout the United States. For more information, visit www.evolvent.com.
For additional information, contact Jennifer Cupka, Senior Director of Marketing for Evolvent, at (703) 824-6008, or by email at Jennifer.Cupka@evolvent.com
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