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Indiana has developed one of the strongest and most robust health information technology sectors anywhere in the United States today, featuring, five health information exchanges (HIE) that operate self-sustaining and growing enterprises throughout the state, HIT-adopting hospitals and physicians, innovative entrepreneurial organizations and a long history of groundbreaking HIT research through the Regenstrief Institute at Indiana University. 
 

Indiana Health Information Exchange

The Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE) is an Indianapolis-based not-for-profit offering services that provide patient records and test results via computer to hospitals and doctors across Indiana. Using software and processes developed at the internationally known Regenstrief Institute (RI), IHIE, together with RI, has built the largest health information exchange in the country.

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Medical Informatics Engineering

Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE) creates secure medical networks for the transmission of clinical data, under the guidance of Doug Horner’s white paper entitled “The Medical Web Project”. Today, Med-Web provides messaging services, connectivity, and medical system access to roughly 90% of the practicing physicians in the Fort Wayne, IN MSA. MIE is also the creator of the Web-based WebChart Minimally Invasive Electronic Health Record (EHR) suite of products and the NoMoreClipboard.com personal health record suite.

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NoMoreClipboard.com

NoMoreClipboard.com is an online, patient-managed, portable personal health record that enables consumers to compile, manage and share their health information. NoMoreClipboard is fully interoperable with other healthcare IT applications using standard integration protocols, enabling the smooth exchange of electronic data. NoMoreClipboard enables consumers to send their PHR to paper based physicians on the specific registration forms used by each individual practice.

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Med-Web

Med-Web was created under the guidance of Doug Horner’s white paper “The Medical Web Project”. Today,  Med-Web provides messaging services, connectivity, and medical system access to roughly 90 percent of the practicing physicians in the Fort Wayne, IN MSA.

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Michiana Health Information Network

MHIN is a community health information exchange that provides secure, single source access to patient clinical information from participating organizations throughout the region. Since its inception in 1998, MHIN has enabled healthcare providers and the community to benefit from sophisticated clinical information systems that improve efficiency and patient care in an economically responsible manner.

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HealthLINC

HealthLINC is a nonprofit corporation founded in 2007 to provide a common technology infrastructure for sharing health information electronically. HealthLINC operates in a multi-county area of Southern Indiana. HealthLINC delivers more than 130,000 clinical results each month to more than 30 physician practices.

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HealthBridge

HealthBridge is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1997 to provide a common technology infrastructure for sharing health information electronically. HealthBridge operates in the Greater Cincinnati tri-state area including parts of Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southern Indiana. HealthBridge delivers more than 3 million clinical results each month to 31 different hospitals and more than 700 physician practices.

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