After receiving more than 200 comments on the first draft of its Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) for connecting health information networks, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released the long-awaited second draft and a four-year funding announcement for a nonprofit Recognized Coordinating Entity (RCE) to manage the network […]
HHS Extends Comment Period for Proposed Rules to Improve the Interoperability of Electronic Health Information
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MHC is happy to announce our new participant, Your Community Health Center (YourCHC)! Your CHC is the newest Missouri Federally Qualified Health Center to join the MHC network! Your CHC is located in Rolla, MO providing access to high qaulity, patient-centered health care. Click hereto read more about YourCHC.
MHC Participants Centene and WellCare merge. Powered byCoconut Body Scrub Click here to read more.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has a lot on its plate in Fiscal Year 2020, but the agency may have to do more with less. Click here to read more from HealthDataManagement.com
Missouri Health Connection and DrFirst Partner to Expand and Improve State-Wide Access to Life-Saving Medication History Data
New data now available to increase patient safety and improve outcomes through access to extensive prescribing information at the point-of-care Click here to read more
Patient Safety: The Right Thing to Do Missouri Health Connection (MHC) continually works toward innovative and meaningful ways to provide physicians with crucial patient information and services to better treat and understand a patient’s health by promoting timely access to more complete health records. MHC is not only supplying physicians with better tools to care […]
MHC Welcomes Seasoned Health Care Professionals
CORHIO, IHIE, and CliniSync are ready to take on the challenges of participating in the new ONC health data exchange framework. Click here to read more from EHRIntelligence.com.
Physicians want more interoperability — that’s nothing new. The inability to easily exchange personal health information (PHI) from one system to another has led to physician burnout and hinders the many benefits of electronic health records (EHRs). Click here to read at HCANews.com