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Congressional Leaders Can Look to Indiana for Innovative Approach to Health IT in Economic Stimulus Package
Date:1/28/2009

ange and Director of Medical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute.

Overhage added, "Patient privacy is the most important consideration for the Indiana Health Information Exchange. Our stringent rules have been agreed upon by our community to protect patient privacy while allowing information to be used as effectively as possible for patient care. Health information exchange policies must find ways to balance these issues, while providing the highest quality of care that Americans need and deserve."

Indiana is home to the nation's oldest and most respected secure health information exchange infrastructure. The Regenstrief Institute, closely affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine, first created the infrastructure, which is extended throughout the state by the Indiana Health Information Exchange. The Regenstrief Medical Record System, an innovative electronic medical record system, has helped physicians manage health care information for over a quarter century. Institute researchers comprise one of the largest medical informatics physician brain trusts in the United States.

About the Indiana Health Information Exchange

Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc. (IHIE) is a non-profit corporation formed by the Regenstrief Institute, private hospitals, local and state health departments, BioCrossroads, the state's life sciences initiative, and other prominent organizations in Indiana. IHIE is the nation's most respected health information exchange organizations and one of the nation's only health information exchange organizations providing chronic disease and preventive health services (www.qualityhealthfirst.org). It is dedicated to supporting communities by providing services that enable the right medical information to get to the right provider at the right time to enhance patient care.
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