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Consumers:

  • Improved coordination of care
  • Safer prescriptions
  • Reduced duplicate medical procedure
  • Empowerment through better education
  • Simplified benefit processing
Doctor and patient
Doctors consulting

Physicians:

  • Quicker access to lab and radiology results
  • Streamlined access to patient histories
  • Ability to access patient data outside the clinical setting
  • Administrative efficiencies
"Implementation of this Health Information Exchange will allow the aggregation of health care data at the point of care, improving the efficiency and quality of care delivery, increasing patient safety by reducing the opportunity for medical errors, and helping to eliminate waste related to unnecessary or duplicative tests."

Omaha neurologist, Harris A. Frankel, MD, NeHII Board President

Health Care Providers:

  • Improved efficiency of care
  • Easier admission process
  • Improvements in health care delivery
  • Quicker access to test results
  • Administrative work flow efficiencies
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Nurses and employees

Employers:

  • Decreased absenteeism - healthier employees
  • Administrative efficiencies
"Using the software has reduced chart pulls and created a more efficient workflow. I use the trending of lad findings to educate and influence patients."

Dr. Karl Johsens, Santa Cruz, CA

Labs:

  • Administrative efficiencies
  • Improved process efficiency - send and receive electronic inquiries
Laboratory worker
"Health care providers across Nebraska will be able to securely exchange information via this new Web-based platform."

Nebraska Lt. Governor Rick Sheehy, NeHII Board member

Pharmacies:

  • Reduced adverse drug events
  • More responsive customer service
  • Transparent transfer of prescriptions from one pharmacy to another
  • Administrative efficiencies
  • Improved monitoring of controlled substances
  • Fraud reduction
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NeHII Announces Partnership with CPTN - Omaha, NE – The Nebraska Health Information Initiative (NeHII) is pleased to announce its partnership with the Compass Practice Transformation Network in executing the work of the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) in Nebraska.

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NeHII Holds Ninth Annual Meeting - Kearney, NE The NeHII Annual Meeting was held August 3, 2017 at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney, NE. The meeting, hosted by Dr. Michael Westcott, NeHII Board Chair, drew great interest from across the state with over 135 attendees.  Highlighting the event was the keynote message from Dr. Donald Rucker, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in Washington, DC.

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Dr. Donald Rucker, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology from the Office of the National Coordinator has accepted the invitation to be a keynote speaker at NeHII’s Ninth Annual MeetingOmaha, NE The Nebraska Health Information Initiative (NeHII) is pleased to announce Dr. Rucker will be joining us to witness firsthand the work that is being done across Nebraska to support the exchange of medical records on patients wherever they seek care.

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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.

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