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KHIE will connect to the national eHealth Exchange! 

KHIE Participants will soon have access to clinical information from not only the Commonwealth's participating Provider and Hospital Organizations but from other healthcare organizations located outside of Kentucky in bordering states as well as from specific healthcare organizations that we know are important to you, such as the University of Cincinnati Health.   As always with KHIE, there are no fees associated with this benefit AND you can have access to this bonus health information without the cost of making a technical connection directly to the national eHealth Exchange.  We are excited to make this additional health information available to you as we continue to build a robust health information exchange!


             The Latest News & Updates 


eHealth Summit 2021 is virtual again this year! 

Register here for the 2021 eHealth Summit on August 25th where we will focus on a Year of Transformation and showcase our most innovative services yet.  Network with healthcare professionals from across the Commonwealth and learn the latest policies and initiatives from subject matter experts who will address today's healthcare landscape.  

COVID-19 Onboarding

We are expediting the process of onboarding for manually reporting COVID-19 test results through the ePartnerViewer and for setting up an interface for the electronic submission of COVID-19 lab results. To begin the process, complete this Lab Intake Form.  A KHIE Resource Analyst will follow up with you upon receipt of the completed form.  You may also reach out to us at


CMS Conditions of Participation (CoPs)         Hospital Electronic Patient Event                                Notifications                   

 Learn how KHIE can help your Hospital meet this requirement,

CMS CoP Hospital Electronic Patient Event Notifications  requires hospitals to make electronic patient event notifcations available to applicable post-acute care services providers and suppliers, and to community practitioners such as the patient's established primary care practitioner, established primary care practice group or entity, or other practitioner or practice group or entity identified by the patient as primarily responsible for his or her care. View the KHIE Webinar Slides 1.7.2021 CMS CoP Hospital Electronic Patient Event Notifications

Special Incentive Opportunities

The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE), in collaboration with the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), Kentucky Department for Medicaid Services (DMS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), is excited to offer three separate incentive opportunities to help healthcare facilites mitigate the many challenges and barriers associated with the electronic exchange of health information. 

Promoting Interoperability                        (Meaningful Use) 

KHIE's robust health information exchange fulfills Promoting Interoperability objectives of the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Program.  To meet these public health reporting objectives, eligible providers and eligible hospitals must connect with KHIE. 

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eHealth Summit 2020

Thanks for making KHIE's eHealth Summit one of the biggest virtual events of 2020! We are already planning eHealth Summit 2021.  

Replay of eHealth Summit 2020 Presentations

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