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Illinois Regional HIEs 

Central Illinois HIE (CIHIE)

Central Illinois Health Information Exchange (CIHIE) is a community-based, independent, nonprofit organization, established in December 2010 to make health information more readily accessible to any physician, hospital, clinic and other healthcare providers. This local network will ultimately be able to connect with other regional and national exchanges, supporting extensive information portability for patients. Please feel free to contact the CIHIE team at 1-800-691-6597.

Click here for a list of CIHIE connected entities (new).

Contact: Joy Duling
Phone: 309-202-1599 (direct) / 800-691-6597 (general number)
Emailjduling@cihie.org
Website: www.cihie.org and www.allchartsnow.com 

Illinois Health Exchange Partners (ILHEP)

Illinois Health Exchange Partners (ILHEP) is a shared information technology and exchange Network for healthcare providers (hospitals, doctors, outpatient facilities, skilled nursing facilities) and organizations that interact with patients (group homes, community agencies, and others) to support accountable care, medical home, and other care coordination activities for Southern Illinois and bordering states. It provides a common electronic exchange backbone for clinical messaging for orders, results, referrals, transitions of care, and other patient-related communications and will assist eligible providers and hospitals to satisfy Stage 1 Meaningful Use incentive requirements.

Contact: Steve Lawrence, Executive Director or Crystal VanDeventer, Marketing
Phone618-332-5305 (Steve) or 217-414-1962 (Crystal)
Emailslawrence@touchette.org or crystal.vandeventer@comcast.net
Website: www.ilhepartners.com

 

Lincoln Land HIE

Lincoln Land Health Information Exchange (LLHIE) is a shared information technology and exchange Network for healthcare providers (hospitals, doctors, outpatient facilities, skilled nursing facilities) and organizations that interact with patients (group homes, community agencies, and others) to support accountable care, medical home, and other care coordination activities for Central and West Central Illinois and bordering states. It provides a common electronic exchange backbone for clinical messaging for orders, results, referrals, transitions of care, and other patient-related communications and will assist eligible providers and hospitals to satisfy Stage 1 Meaningful Use incentive requirements.

Contact: Steve Lawrence, Executive Director or Crystal VanDeventer, Marketing
Phone618-332-5305 (Steve) or 217-414-1962 (Crystal)
Email: slawrence@touchette.org or crystal.vandeventer@comcast.net
Website: www.llhie.com

 

MetroChicago HIE

The MetroChicago Health Information Exchange (HIE) will be the largest unified metropolitan area HIE in the nation, serving more than nine million people in the greater Chicago region.

The MetroChicago HIE is a secure, electronic way for doctors and other authorized caregivers to securely share patients’ medical records. The HIE will help doctors provide patients and consumers with safer, quality health care faster. The MetroChicago HIE is a service of the Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC), a membership and service organization comprising more than 150 hospitals and health care organizations. 

Contact: Charles Cox
Emailccox@mchc.com
Website

www.mchc.com\hie

 

Northern Illinois HIE

Contact: Roger Holloway

Phone815-753-5900

 

Southern Illinois HIE

Southern Illinois Healthcare is a non-profit health care system, dedicated to promoting the health and well being of all of the people in the communities we serve. The Southern Illinois Health Information Exchange (SIHIE) is the mobilization of healthcare information electronically across organizations within our region, community and hospital system. The goal of the SIHIE is to give health providers secure access to the most up to date patient health information so patient care and treatment decisions are safer, more accurate, and more timely. Participating caregivers in the SIHIE can improve the coordination of care for a person who is seeing multiple providers by enabling providers to share important health information. The exchange technology gives providers the ability to view certain patient health information at the tip of their fingers in a manner that still ensures the patient’s confidentiality and privacy.

Click here for a list of SIHIE connected entities.

Contact: Ivan Sergeev

Phone: 618-351-1900, ext. 67481

Email: ivan.sergeev@sih.net

Website: www.sihie.org