HIMSS HIE inPractice Podcasts are brief audio interviews and conversations on topics of interest to healthcare professionals, health IT leaders and anyone who wants to learn more about health information exchange.
Creative sustainability is the topic as CMS Health IT Specialist Katy Dyer talks with Polly Mullins-Bentley about how KHIE approaches everything from onboarding to statewide collaboration in its work to bring reliable, responsible health information exchange to Kentucky.
A transcript of the podcast also is available.
The KHIE Welcome Packet includes an executive summary and information about the KHIE Connection.
Sample Notice of Privacy Practices - Read the sample notice of privacy practice for healthcare providers.
KHIE Fact Sheet - Read the monthly KHIE progress update.
EHR Fact Sheet - Read the Kentucky EHR Incentive Program update.
Live on KHIE - Read the whole list of providers using the KHIE to improve the care of their patients.
Please read more news from the Federal Department for Health and Human Services.
We have meaningful use stage 2 resources available for healthcare providers.
Check out these helpful meaningful use links from KHIE.
Please read about a number of technologies available to help you store, share and analyze your health information.
The Kentucky Department of Public Health (KDPH) is committed to helping Kentucky providers achieve meaningful use of health information technology. During stage two meaningful use, three public health measures (see stage two meaningful use, public health measures) have become core objectives and ongoing electronic submission of data in all three areas is required, if the respective KDPH programs are ready. The stage two public health meaningful use objectives can only be met by electronic submission of messages through the Kentucky Health Information Network. To begin the reporting process, providers/hospitals must sign a participation agreement with the KHIE. The agreement can be obtained by contacting KHIE.
The Kentucky REC and Northeast Kentucky Regional Health Organization are ready to help you meet meaningful use.
Other Non-State Government KHIE-Affiliated Sites
Kentucky Health Facts