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HIE

Abbreviation for health information exchange

euglycemia

(ū″glī″sē′mē-ă) [ eu- + glycemia]
A normal concentration of glucose in the blood.

hyperinsulinemic euglycemia

Abbreviation: HIE
A treatment for beta blocker and/or calcium channel blocker overdose in which 1–10 units of insulin (per kg of body weight) are given intravenously with a simultaneous infusion of glucose.

hyperinsulinemic euglycemia

Abbreviation: HIE
A treatment for beta blocker and/or calcium channel blocker overdose in which 1–10 units of insulin (per kg of body weight) are given intravenously with a simultaneous infusion of glucose.
See also: euglycemia
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A combination of financing and governance issues that speak to long-term sustainability problems: many existing HIEs got their start through federal and/or state grants, many of which are now expiring or have expired; and unless consensus-driven strategies can be developed, many HIEs will falter once the grant money runs out;
The integration was so effective that physicians now do not realize they are using an HIE because it does not add extra steps to a physician's workflow.
At the same time, you can think ahead of how the HIE can support ACOs and patient-centered medical homes and chronic disease management efforts.
HMT: What's at stake for the credibility and effectiveness of HIEs if more don't succeed or if HIEs don't become the predominant model?
Like other state HIEs, Nevada requested a no-cost grant extension from the ONC.
It is clear that the government wants to build the HIE system for the country but there is the need to understand, once the scheme is built, how do we get people to use it because that is going to create a sustainability around it and one of the options is to legislatively mandate its use," she explained.
Orion Health HIE provides clinicians with secure, web-based access to the most up-to-date patient information and to a range of capabilities that support further improvements in care, including automatic reporting of immunizations, electronic labs and syndromic surveillance data required for public health reporting and achieving Meaningful Use.
Second, educate your patients about the privacy and safety issues around HIEs, and discuss their participation status with them.
The $548 million in HITECH funds for HIE support being distributed to the states under a coop, erative agreement program with ONC is seed money to get at least something going to standardize and connect both existing and newly formed HIE networks, unlike the government's past approach to advise and encourage but not subsidize.
The first step toward HIE participation is adopting/ using EHRs to ensure your organization's clinical data are stored and managed electronically and can be shared with other appropriate parties.
healthcare system through the HITECH Act and the governments Meaningful Use initiative have aided the development of the HIE market in the United States.