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2011 Meaningful Use & Health Care Transformation Conference. May 20, 2011. 2010 in Review . Tri-State REC. $10.1 million federally-funded collaboration GOAL: Help eligible professionals implement technology achieve meaningful use and qualify for incentives Covers parts of IN, KY, OH .

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tri state rec
Tri-State REC
  • $10.1 million federally-funded collaboration
  • GOAL: Help eligible professionals
    • implement technology
    • achieve meaningful use and
    • qualify for incentives
  • Covers parts of IN, KY, OH

REC support is provided under cooperative agreement 90RC0025/01 from the Office of the National Coordinator for HIT, US Dept. of Health and Human Services .

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Greater Cincinnati Beacon Collaboration

  • Goal: Provide funding to communities to strengthen health IT infrastructure and exchange capabilities and achieve measurable improvements in health care quality, safety, efficiency, and population health.
  • Funding: $13.75 million award to Cincinnati
  • Awarded: Sept 1, 2010
  • Length of Initiative: 30 month initiative
nw hin connectivity
Nw-HIN Connectivity
  • Nationwide Health Information Network (Nw-HIN) – Standards for HIE to HIE connectivity
  • Became member of Nw-HIN Coordinating Committee
  • Participated in 2 National Pilot Projects:
      • CMS C-HIEP – transitions in care project
      • SSA MEGAHIT – exchange disability information
awards
Awards

Community Connector Award

  • Jim May, Mercy Health Partners

Visionary Leadership Award

  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center –accepted by Dee Ellingwood

Innovation Champion Award -

  • TriHealth – accepted by John Prout