Minnesota State-Certified Health Information Exchange Service Providers


A State-Certified Health Information Exchange (HIE) Service Provider is one of two types of organizations granted a Certificate of Authority to operate in Minnesota:

  • Health Information Organization (HIO): An organization that that oversees, governs, and facilitates health information exchange among health care providers that are not related health care entities as defined in Minnesota Statutes section 144.291, subdivision 2, paragraph (j), to improve coordination of patient care and the efficiency of health care delivery.

  • Health Data Intermediary (HDI): An entity that provides the technical capabilities or related products and services to enable health information exchange among health care providers that are not related health care entities as defined in Minnesota Statutes section 144.291, subdivision 2, paragraph (j).  This includes but is not limited to: health information service providers, electronic health record vendors, and pharmaceutical electronic data intermediaries as defined in section 62J.495.

  • State-Certified HIE Service Providers - HIO

    Allina Health Systems

    Koble-MN

    Southern Prairie Community Care

    State-Certified HIE Service Providers - HDI

    CenterX

    Cerner

    CIOX Health

    Emdeon

    Inpriva

    MaxMD

    MedAllies

    Medicity

    RelayHealth

    Secure Exchange Solutions

    Simply Connect

    South Dakota Health Link

    Surescripts

    Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network (WISHIN)

    Public Complaint Process

    To register a complaint or concern about health information exchange (HIE) services in Minnesota, please send an email to: health.hie.certification@state.mn.us. Be sure to include:

    • Your name
    • Your organization
    • Your phone number
    • Your email address
    • Complete details of your complaint or concern (please be specific)
    • What you would like to see happen to resolve your complaint or concern

    Based on the information you provide, we will do our best to help resolve the issue(s).

     

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    Updated Friday, August 26, 2016 at 09:47AM