ABOUT THE D.C. HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE (DC HIE) CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM


The DC HIE is a system of HIE entities that meet common privacy, security, use, and access requirments. The DC HIE Connectivity Program will provide education, training, and enrollment with one of the District's health information exchanges, free of charge, to all Medicaid enrolled providers in the District.

Through 2021, all Medicaid providers who submit Medical claims to DHCF are eligible for the program at no cost to the provider

Subject matter experts from Team Enlightened will be providing the training and technical assistance.

THE MOST RELIABLE HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP TEAM

Zane Networks, DC Primary Care Association (DCPCA), and Children's National Hospital have partnered with Team Enlightened to provide technical assistance and connect District Medicaid Provider organizations to the DC Health Information Exchange (DC HIE). Our goal is to promote value in the DC HIE through a modern Health IT infrastructure.

WHO ARE THE DISTRICT’S REGISTERED HIE ENTITIES?


The District Registered HIE Entities are organizations that demonstrate that they meet or exceed core minimum privacy, security, and access requirements for health information exchange identified by DHCF and District stakeholders in the District's HIE Rule.


WHO IS THE DISTRICT'S DESIGNATED HIE ENTITY?

The District Designated HIE Entity is DHCF’s organizational partner that supports the ongoing maintenance and operation of the DC HIE infrastructure and services as outlined in the District’s HIE Rule. The District Designated HIE Entity is committed to support the development and maintenance of HIE services in order to facilitate the secure, electronic exchange of health information among the District Registered HIE entities and participating organizations in the District.

HOW CAN I JOIN THE DC HIE?


Schedule an informational session with Team Enlightened.

Execute a participation agreement with a District Registered HIE entity.

Activate a DC HIE account to get access to electronic patient records, and receive encounter notifications.

Exchange encounter data between EHRs and the DC HIE entities.

Begin sharing clinical data with the DC HIE entities.