EHR Intelligence March 22, 2023
By Sarai Rodriguez

The Health Collaborative (THC) and Ohio Health Information Partnership (OHIP) have joined forces to enhance interoperability and care coordination, reflecting the growing trend of HIE consolidation.

The Health Collaborative (THC) has announced a new collaboration with the Ohio Health Information Partnership (OHIP), also known as CliniSync, aimed at promoting interoperability and care coordination across the state.

Debbie Hayes, board chairwoman of THC, said the collaboration with OHIP is a way to address community health needs. The partnership, backed by health system CEOs, seeks to provide cost-effective services that enhance patient care affordability. Furthermore, it aims to improve care coordination, reduce inefficiencies, fill care gaps, and elevate patient experiences.

As of now, THC connects 70 hospitals and more than 18,000 healthcare...

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