Confused about the ever-changing HIE landscape in California? CAHIE promotes health information sharing and monitors California’s progress in realizing statewide interoperability.
Unlike other states that chose to establish a single HIE or public-private network, California’s strategy for health information sharing relies on regional and enterprise initiatives, each one meeting the unique needs of its participants. CAHIE was formed to promote collaboration to solve difficult policy and technology problems, and to facilitate statewide health information sharing through voluntary self-governance.
California Health & Human Services Agency (CalHHS) and Center for Data Insights and Innovation (CDII) are pleased to announce that nine (9) organizations have met the requirements to be designated as Qualified Health Information Organizations (QHIOs) in the Data Exchange Framework (DxF). These organizations are available to DxF Participants seeking assistance in meeting their DxF exchange obligations.
CAHIE is an association of individuals and organizations focused on facilitating and promoting the secure sharing to health information throughout California in pursuit of the triple aim: better health and better care at a lower cost.
CAHIE operates a framework for sharing information statewide through voluntary self-governance, and supports member collaboration in exploring best practices and new technologies that make data sharing more efficient and effective.
Membership in CAHIE is open to all public and private California organizations, whether nonprofit or for profit, wishing to help promote the purposes of CAHIE and become part of establishing cost-effective, statewide health information exchange in California.