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Regional Ext Center
(July 21, 2015)
At the Health IT Summit in Denver, discussion of health information exchange (HIE) turned strongly towards strategic, business, and cultural issues on the opening panel of the conference, entitled “Strategies for Advancing Interoperability,” as the Summit kicked off on July 21 at the Sheraton Downtown Denver. Tuesday’s opening panel on interoperability, which was moderated by Steve Hess, CIO at the University of Colorado Health, also included Dana Moore, senior vice president and CIO at Centura Health; Joe Preiss, chief technology officer at Evans U.S. Army Hospital; Jeff Messer, chief development officer at CORHIO; Justin Gesso, director, business development, at BETSOL; and Jeff Garland, vice president at Relay Health.
(July 8, 2015)
Across the country, technology and clinical leaders are figuring out ways to try to promote greater interoperability of healthcare data. For seemingly everyone, it’s been an uphill climb and a steep learning curve. In the U.S., there have been pockets of success; some states are at the forefront of true data exchange, while others aren’t quite as mature. In one of these pockets is Colorado, where the Denver-based Colorado Regional Health Information Organization (CORHIO) recently announced that its health information exchange (HIE) has grown in number of users by 111 percent, with the amount of data available in the network having grown by 118 percent in the past year.
Colorado Springs Gazette
(June 24, 2015)
Community Health Partnership - a health care coalition spanning El Paso, Teller, Park and Elbert counties - announced a contract with a nonprofit to seamlessly share patients' electronic health records among physicians offices, hospitals, mental health providers and insurers.
(April 24, 2015)
Today, 64 percent of American adults own a smartphone. And whether it's an Android or an Apple, tech and health care leaders agree that it is transforming how people take care of themselves. With a massive health care industry and access to an innovative, entrepreneurial community, leaders in this new front of health services--called digital health--say that the Denver metro area is poised to become a hub for digital health technology.
Healthcare IT News
(March 23, 2015)
The Colorado Springs Military Health System had some challenges when it came to providing connected care for its 172,000 beneficiaries. Caring for service members and their families is crucially important, of course, but there are some aspects of military health that are different from civilian care. For one thing, the structured nature of the Defense Department, especially its rigorous information security protocols, can lead to some hurdles to moving seamlessly across the care continuum.