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************ NeHII ANNOUNCEMENT ************

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.

 

Direct Messaging provides secure and encrypted email service

to provide electronic communication between providers, all

members of the care team and patients.  Direct Messaging is

an approved transport mechanism to support transitions of care

and patient referrals.

 

If you have an interest in learning more about this added service,

please see the Direct Services link on home page or contact Lianne

Stevens at 402-290-7092 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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