This Toolkit seeks to help public health departments understand:
It also seeks to orient HIE organizations (HIOs) to the functions of health departments, and their value as customers and partners in HIE.
The different elements of this Toolkit are outlined below. They can be used in the order outlined, or used independently.
Wondering if you need to learn about HIE? Complete the Does My Health Department Need HIE Today? to see if this Toolkit is important for you.
A PDF of the complete Toolkit can be downloaded on the Public Health & HIE Toolkit Downloads page. The PDF includes illustrations, footnotes and references not visible using the web version. Individual tools and reference materials can also be downloaded from the Downloads page.
All resources and tools mentioned in this toolkit are available on the Public Health & HIE Toolkit Downloads page.
The HIE Toolkit for Public Health was authored by Seth Foldy, with assistance from the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) members listed below. This project was supported by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) under cooperative agreement 5U38HM000449. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the sponsors.
Thank you to the following NACCHO and HIMSS members for assistance in the creation of this toolkit:
|Uma Ahluwalia||Paul Etkind||Chris Kinabrew|
|Claudia Blackburn||Roland Gamache||Pam Matthews|
|Tim Callahan||Nedra Garrett||David Miller|
|Marcus Cheatham||Joseph Gibson||Julie Moffitt|
|Cindy Chrisman-Smith||Shaun Grannis||Cindy Murphy|
|Christopher Chute||Lacey Hart||Charlotte M. Parent|
|Jim Coates||Jack Hermann||Gary Ozanich|
|Michael Coletta||Helen Hill||Valerie Rogers|
|Chris Collinge||Dan Jensen||Laura Runnels|
|Kathy A. Cook||Nina Jolani||Kevin Sherin|
|Art Davidson||John Kansky||Brent Stackhouse|
|Stephanie Denvir||Tom Keefe||Chris Williams|
|Brian Dixon||Trudye Khan|