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Health Information Exchange
The Health Information Exchange (HIE) is a process that electronically moves health
information among healthcare systems and maintains the meaning of the information being
exchanged. The goal of the system is to facilitate providers to access and retrieve data so as to be
able to provide care that is safer, efficient, effective and timely. The system is used in assisting
with the analyzing of a target population’s health. Different states in the United States have taken
the objective of developing their own systems which they can connect their providers. There
have been mixed results with some states being successful while others failed in implementing
the system. The following text compared the Texas Health Information Exchange as compared to
other states that have the same demographics.
The creation of the Texas Health Information Exchange allowed providers in the state to
exchange information amongst themselves. The government reports that this has increased
coordination and also the quality of care in the states healthcare system. Furthermore, it has also
improved efficiency and empowered consumers and allowed them to have more control.
Coordination of care is one of the most reported advantages by institutions in the state since it
allows providers to connect and share as much information as possible. The coordination allows
for a collective effort towards ensuring that care ...
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