Are you a non-profit health information exchange organization?
Join the HIMSS HIO Non-Profit Membership and start enjoying your benefits today!
Effective health information exchange is crucial to the successful achievement of today’s healthcare initiatives. Meaningful Use, healthcare reform, consumer/patient engagement and other activities at both the national and state levels are pushing for more effective patient care delivery with high quality care outcomes. Health Information Exchange Organizations (HIOs) focused on data exchange activities are essential elements in today’s healthcare transformation, playing a critical role by leveraging information technology to accelerate data exchange efforts and lead the country through this evolution.
The HIMSS HIO Non-Profit Membership is available to qualifying organizations at no cost.
Benefits of the HIMSS HIO Non-Profit Membership include:
- A one year membership for an executive or other representative from your organization
- Updates on key health information and technology topics through HIMSS electronic newsletters, participation in the I&HIE Community of practice, educational events and industry news
- Participation in the HIMSS I&HIE Roundtable (EXCLUSIVE for HIO Non-Profit members!)
- Participation in the HIMSS I&HIE volunteer groups and activities
Apply for this free membership for qualifying HIOs. Qualifying HIOs should be an independent non-profit legal entity.
Health Information Exchange Organizations are forging the acceleration of information exchange, and driving the transformation of healthcare in the U.S. HIMSS HIO Non-Profit Members are a core community of healthcare information and technology leaders who aspire to achieve better patient safety, quality, effectiveness and efficiency through the use of information technology. Join today to make the most of this opportunity.
Questions / Contact
Want to learn more about this membership before joining? Please contact Jessica Bird, Manager, Strategic Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HIMSS dues are nontransferable, nonrefundable and are not deductible as a charitable contribution for federal tax purposes.