Minnesota Health Information Exchange Service Provider Public Hearings

The Minnesota Health Information Exchange (HIE) Oversight law passed in 2010 (Minn. Stat. sections 62J.498-4982) requires entities wishing to serve as HIE Service Providers in Minnesota to apply for a Certificate of Authority and present the application at a public hearing and respond to public comment and questions. 

This page provides access to information and documents related to Minnesota Public Hearings being held to review applications for Certificates of Authority to operate as HIE Service Providers, which include Health Information Organizations (HIO) and Health Data Intermediaries (HDI).

There are no public hearings scheduled at this time.


Applications under Review

HIE Service Provider  
Application Materials

 

Applicant Presentation

 

Public Hearing Agenda  
Official Notice of Public Hearing

 

*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.


Public Comments and Recommendations

How to Submit Comments as Part of the Public Hearing
Members of the public and interested stakeholders are encouraged to participate in the process and have the opportunity to submit comments in writing regarding the application prior to the hearing. An additional comment period will be open for five days after the public hearing. To see answers to commonly asked questions about the HIE Oversight process, visit the Background Information page.

    • by email to:    health.hie.certification@state.mn.us
    • by mail to:      Office of Health Information Technology
                             Minnesota Department of Health
                             85 East Seventh Place, Suite 220
                             P.O. Box 64882
                             St. Paul, MN 55164-0882


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Updated Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at 09:09AM