To strengthen and streamline local coordination of Heath Information Exchanges (HIEs), the Texas Health Services Authority (THSA) will make available to each local network a set of shared services, referred to as HIETexas, enabling HIE-to-HIE connectivity between authorized HIEs in Texas and across the country. Through HIETexas, local HIEs will not only have connectivity to each other but will also have access to critical functions that will provide operational savings and offer uniformity in administrative, legal and compliance functions.
The Health Information Network of South Texas (HINSTX) Health Information Exchange (HIE) is a community partnership of public, private and non-profit organizations in South Texas. The HINSTX is committed to developing and applying health information technologies that aid in expanding access to quality health care and improving health outcomes for all people through the timely exchange of medical information.
Healthcare Access San Antonio (HASA) Health Information Exchange (HIE) seeks to enhance access to care for community residents by facilitating the exchange of patient information across providers in a safe and secure environment. Counties served are Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Collin, Comal, Dallas, Denton, DeWitt, Edwards, Ellis, Fannin, Frio, Kerr, Kendall, Gillespie, Gonzales, Grayson, Guadalupe, Hays, Hunt, Johnson, Karnes, Kaufman, Kinney, Medina, Mason, Menard, Parker, Real, Rockwell, Tarrant, Uvalde, Val Verde, Wilson and Wise.
Integrated Care Collaboration (ICC) Health Information Exchange (HIE) is a nonprofit alliance of healthcare providers in Central Texas dedicated to the collection, analysis and sharing of health information with the goal of improving healthcare quality and cost efficiency across the continuum of care. Counties served are Bastrop, Burnet, Caldwell, Gillespie, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Hays, Travis, Victoria and Williamson.
North Texas Regional Extension Center promotes the adoption and meaningful use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) in the practices of primary care providers and has a target of assisting 1,498 providers in 42 counties of Northeast Texas to meaningful use.