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Indiana Collaborative Receives $10.3 Million in Federal Stimulus Funds to Improve Healthcare through Information Technology
Date:3/15/2010

, standards-based HIO, which securely sends clinical test results, reports and other medical information between physician groups, clinics and hospital networks. The grant allows IHIT to build upon this already firm foundation by enhancing the availability and adoption of these critical existing services to other, more rural areas of the state.

IHIT, in collaboration with the HIOs, will prioritize and develop work plans for the following key areas of focus:

  • Expanding the infrastructure statewide to add more connectivity and interoperability, especially in underserved areas
  • Establishing standard formats for the delivery of clinical messages so that communication between two entities in the statewide system can be sent and received seamlessly
  • Expanding electronic quality reporting, public health reporting, and other clinical summaries relevant to meaningful use guidelines
  • Developing a system that will identify patient records and match them to the specific individual's health information across all healthcare providers
  • Adopting nomenclature normalization based on national standards
  • Building a clinical repository with data from Medicaid patient records for better information on their patient populations
  • Creating a statewide shared healthcare provider directory


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