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HIO Application Process
The Minnesota Health Information Exchange (HIE) Oversight law passed in 2010, and revised in 2015 and 2021, (Minn. Stat. sections 62J.498-4982) requires entities wishing to serve as a health information organization (HIO) 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 information on application and recertification process for a Certificate of Authority to operate as an HIO.
Visit the State-Certified Health Information Organizations page for information on current state-certified HIOs.
Materials were received from CyncHealth on July 13, 2022, and are under review for completeness.
Each HIO must complete an initial certification process to have the authority to operate in Minnesota.
Each HIO must complete an annual recertification process to maintain the authority to operate in Minnesota.
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How to Submit Comments as Part of the Public Hearing
If a public hearing is deemed necessary, members of the public and interested stakeholders are encouraged to participate in the process... To see answers to commonly asked questions about the HIE Oversight process, visit the Background Information page.
Center for Health Information Policy and Transformation
Minnesota Department of Health
85 East Seventh Place, Suite 220
P.O. Box 64882
St. Paul, MN 55164-0882