Minnesota Health Information Exchange Service Provider Application Information
This page provides access to the required documents, forms and information regarding state certification for Health Information Oganizations (HIO) and Health Data Intermediaries (HDI). The application is available for download through the links under Application Documents below. Instructions for completing and submitting the application are also available in a separate document.
If you need additional clarification please the Office of Health Information Technology at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Information Exchange Service Provider Application with Checklist (PDF 397KB/ 17pg)
Checklist (Appendix A) for Health Information Exchange Service Provider Application (PDF 239KB/ 4pg)
Glossary of Key Terms for Health Information Exchange Service Provider Application (PDF 55KB/ 6pg)
Current HIE Service Provider Applications Under Review
There are no HIE Service Provider Applications currently under review. Visit the Minnesota State-Certified Health Information Exchange Service Providers page for information on current State-Certified entities and recertification documents.
*Note: To the extent that any materials in the posted applications are marked as “nonpublic data,” it has been determined by the Minnesota Department of Health that these materials are considered to be public under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act and have been posted accordingly.
Go to the Public Hearings page for information on upcoming public hearings for current applications.
Go to the Archived Applications page to find application materials from previous public hearings.
Archived HIE Service Provider Applications
References and Resources
December 1, 2011 - Notice of Requirement to Apply for Certificate of Authority to Operate as a Health Information Exchange Service Provider (PDF 34KB/ 2pg)
Archived Official Notices
February 1, 2012 - ApeniMED Notice of Public Hearing (PDF 28KB/1 pg)
August 17, 2010 Informational Conference Call
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