Developed by HIMSS volunteers from across the health information and technology 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
Chapter 2: Learn about the personas and their role in value-based care.
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.