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Minnesota e-Health Activities

Health Information Technology Activities

Profiles of Key e-Health Related Projects in Minnesota (pdf 346Kb/62 pages)
Profiles of Key e-Health Related Projects in Minnesota highlight and document examples of key e-Health related projects in Minnesota, support information sharing and knowledge exchange between interested persons and colleagues, contribute examples to help inform the e-Health Advisory Committee and other policy makers, and foster collaboration between similar projects.

Instructions for Completing Profiles for the Directory of MN e-Health Activities (pdf 33Kb/2 pages)

Advancing Technology and Healthcare Education Now at St. Scholastica
The ATHENS Project is a 5-year initiative (2002-2007) - a first in the nation - focused on phasing in the integration of hands-on experiences with state-of-the-art, computer-based clinical information system applications into the curricula of the health sciences professional programs and the computer information systems program at the College of St. Scholastica.

The Community Health Information Collaborative (CHIC), headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota, is dedicated to improving and standardizing electronic communication among its growing members.

Minnesota Chapter of Healthcare Information & Management System Society

Minnesota Health Information Management Association

Sisu Medical Systems
The SISU companies offer a unique approach to providing high quality, cost effective information technology for rural hospitals.

Winona Health Online (WHO)
This free service for communicating, researching, organizing and storing your health information. Allows you to actively manage your own health and the health of your loved ones.

National AHRQ Funded Projects: Health Information Technology Projects in Minnesota (pdf 68Kb/2 pgs)

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Updated Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 04:43PM