Atlanta, Georgia - Denise Hines, DHA, PMP, FHIMSS, has been named to the Board of Directors of HIMSS, a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology. Dr.
Further Expanding Provider Reach, Secure Collaboration and Messaging Capabilities
Executive Director, Dr. Denise Hines, to Present Two Sessions on GaHIN
Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN) Board member, Warren Hutchings, M.D., of the Atlanta-based Georgia State Medical Association (GSMA), was awarded the Distinguished Service Medallion for his numerous years of dedication to the Association. As the outgoing chair of the GSMA, Dr. Hutchings was recognized for his many years of dedication to the Association’s growth, development and promotion, at the Association’s annual convention at Hilton Head Island, SC, on June 12, 2014.
The Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN) recently participated in the HomeTown Rural Physician Outreach Bus Tour—a mobile effort to demonstrate GaHIN’s suite of health IT resources for rural physicians and practice managers, providing much-needed technical assistance and education.
National connectivity enables seamless and secure Interstate record-sharing
Secure network improves patient-centered care and health outcomes
The Metro Atlanta Chamber (MAC) has selected four of Atlanta’s most outstanding health IT industry leaders as the recipients of this year’s MAC Phoenix Awards. The awards recognize significant contributions to the growth of the health IT industry in Georgia. Winners were announced at the fourth annual Health IT Leadership Summit November 12 at Atlanta’s Fox Theater.
The Board of Trustees of the National Medical Association has chosen Warren S. Hutchings, M.D., to be a recipient of the NMA 2013 Practitioner of the Year Award. The Award was conferred on Saturday, July 27, 2013, as the National Medical Association (NMA) convened its 2013 Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly in Toronto, Canada.
Atlanta, Georgia - Dr. Denise Hines has been named Executive Director of the Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), a public/private collaborative establishing Georgia’s statewide health information exchange. Her company, eHealth Services Group, has also been engaged to provide the staffing needed to support the nonprofit’s mission and activities.
The future of healthcare might rest in the palm of your hand. That future – a tablet computer – already sits in hands of several Rome and Floyd County breast cancer patients. They’re part of the MyJourney Compass pilot program that allows them electronic access to heal records on a device that can fit in their purses.
An experimental health information exchange being tested in the north Georgia city of Rome is helping Koren Sinnock keep her travel plans. A breast cancer patient, Sinnock had been reluctant to travel very far from her doctors until the new program promised to provide access to her medical records from anywhere she might happen to be – including the beach.
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Georgia Department of Community Health Selects Truven Health Analytics to Develop Statewide Health Information Exchange HIE Integrates Wide Ranging Data from Providers, CMS, and Health Plans
The state says it’s well on its way toward implementing an electronic system where patients, doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers across Georgia can access medical records. Photo Credit Courtesy: Cal State University at Chico