Healthcare Innovation June 22, 2022
David Raths

Collaboration aspires to improve the quality, safety, and delivery of care through seamless data-sharing, while also informing public health and broader healthcare transformation activities

In an era of health information exchange consolidation, the HIEs in Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont have announced a collaboration aimed at advancing interstate interoperability to improve population health and patient care in and across each of the New England communities they serve.

Among other things, the nonprofit HealthInfoNet (Maine), Rhode Island Quality Institute (RIQI), and VITL (Vermont) say they will seek to leverage each HIE’s existing expertise and infrastructure to bolster the other HIEs’ offerings in their home states.

Each of the HIEs has experience in informing healthcare transformation activities through applications of data and...

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