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HealthBridge is a not-for-profit corporation that supports health information technology adoption, health information exchange, and the innovative use of information for improved health care outcomes. For well over a decade, we’ve been recognized as one of the nation’s largest, most advanced and most financially sustainable health information exchanges.

With our uniquely connected technology and innovative process improvement, we don’t just exchange information; we make the information meaningful for hospitals, physician practices and other health care organizations. By ensuring that the right information reaches the right people at the right time, HealthBridge enables stakeholders to make better decisions that enhance patient care and lower health care costs.

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HealthBridge to Partner with Health Collaborative, Kroger and UC on Study of Medication Use during Care Transitions
Grant will study role of medication management in patient outcomes after a hospital stay

Cincinnati, OH – A partnership involving The Health Collaborative, The Kroger Co. and the University of Cincinnati’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy has received a $600,000 research grant from the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation. The two-year study will involve 1,000 area patients and measure the impact of having a pharmacist work together with patients to manage their medications after a hospital stay.

We need your input!

CMS and ONC are seeking comments on a new Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) to change Stage 2 Meaningful Use (S2MU). HealthBridge and the Tri-State REC plan to submit comments, but we need help from eligible providers and hospitals with collecting barriers, challenges and issues you are encountering. Please send your stories and experiences via the Contact Us page on the Tri-State REC website by Wednesday, July 9th. Please include "NPRM comments" in the subject line. No individual provider names or responses will be identified in our final comments to CMS and ONC.  

Click here to submit your S2MU stories to us. 

Kettering Health Network First to Connect to HealthBridge’s New Electronic Record Exchange Service

Kettering Health Network (KHN) and HealthBridge announced today that KHN is the first health system in Southwest Ohio to connect to a service that instantaneously sends an electronic summary of a patient’s record to other healthcare providers. HealthBridge is launching this new service across the region to connect hospitals, physician practices and other health care providers and enable them to share a more complete view of patient’s health information. 

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