Healthcare Innovation March 21, 2023
David Raths

Combination will create a statewide HIE with a goal of streamlining patient data exchange across all of Ohio’s 88 counties, improving interoperability and care coordination

In the latest example of health information exchange consolidation, the Health Collaborative (THC), based in Cincinnati, has announced it will transition its health information exchange customers to Columbus-based CliniSync by the end of 2023.

The nonprofit THC’s HIE currently connects 70 hospitals, and more than 18,000 healthcare providers across 14 counties, with nearly 15 million results delivered monthly. The nonprofit CliniSync has connected 149 of 157 contracted hospitals in the state. It also has connected thousands of physicians and more than 500 long-term, post-acute care facilities. Its Provider Directory includes 15,000 Direct e-mail addresses.


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