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Should Health Centers Participate in Health Information Exchange?
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Should Health Centers Participate in Health Information Exchange?

Barriers and Opportunities to be Considered

This document defines Health Information Exchange (HIE), describes the current environment for HIE, and explains the key factors health centers should consider when deciding on HIE participation.

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Acknowledgements

This resource collection was compiled by the HITEQ staff with portions contributed by Mr. Dan Tuteur, the Colorado RHIO, OCHIN, and the Sequoia Project.

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