Developed by HIMSS volunteers from across the health IT professional spectrum, the following white papers provide in-depth analyses and informed perspectives on core components of the health information exchange (HIE) landscape.
Health Information Exchange White Papers
This paper highlights some of the challenges and recommendations to help achieve patient identity integrity in Health Information Organizations (HIOs).
This whitepaper examines the results of a three year outcome assessment for HIE implementation and adoption in participating physician practices from 2012 to 2014.
This follow-up to the 2012 HIMSS/AHIMA publication "Trends in HIE Organizational Staffing" explores the requirements, responsibilities and challenges in hiring for the roles identified as most difficult to fill in the initial survey: connectivity, data integrity and data integration positions.
A comprehensive look at the past, current and future factors influencing the adoption of HIE and the development of a culture of interoperability.
This case study discusses the foundations of healthcare interoperability and requirements for implementing a standards-based interoperable framework.
Overview of results and recommendations from 2011 HIMSS/AHIMA collaboration exploring staffing practices in HIE settings, as presented at CMS eHealth Forum in December 2013. Presented on the Winter 2014 HIE Community Roundtable.