NeHII is leading the effort to create a secure, online, web-based Health Information Exchange (HIE) designed to serve the state of Nebraska. Improved delivery of health care information and reduced health care costs are good for all citizens of Nebraska. The state has a proud tradition and reputation of providing the finest health care possible to its citizens. The HIE will help health care providers take health care to the next level.
Over the next few years the HIE will be rolled out across the state and ultimately will become part of a planned Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN). This partnership will again improve the level of health care for Nebraska as well as for the Nation as a whole.
Best of all, these information exchanges will help improve the quality of health care and control the rapidly increasing cost of health care.
The mission, vision, and goals of NeHII provide the ideals and constructs for development of the HIE.
Nebraska Collaborative Rural Health Funding Summit - The NE Office of Rural Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, Health Resources and Services Administration, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture invites you to a "Rural Health Funding Summit."
Nebraska PDMP Dispenser’s Implementation Guide Revised with Updated Information! With the passage of LB471 and subsequent signing into law, community pharmacies in Nebraska, mail service pharmacies licensed to dispense in Nebraska, and all other licensed dispensers providing medications to Nebraskans will be required to report controlled substance data to the state PDMP starting January 1, 2017.
All NeHII Virtual Health Record (VHR) Users are invited to join the User Support Group listserve today! Share your tips and tricks, engage in problem solving, and make suggestions for improvements based on your experiences. Click here to sign up!
Nebraska Receives Second Grant for Prescription Drug Overdose Prevention - Lincoln, NE - The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services recently received $500,000 from the U.S. Department of Justice to help reduce the misuse and abuse of prescription drugs. The funding, $250,000 per year over two years, is part of the Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program grants.
*DIRECT MESSAGING * NeHII is pleased to announce the addition of Direct Messaging to its menu of products and services to support the exchange of health care information and enhance the quality of care while controlling the cost of health care.