Rochester RHIO part of JAMIA study
Rochester RHIO was featured as part of a scholarly literature review in a recent issue of JAMIA (Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association) called, "The benefits of health information exchange: an updated systematic review."
The study found that health information exchanges improve patient care and reduce costs. Forty percent of the analysis was from HIEs in New York. Rochester RHIO represented approximately 9 percent of the analysis. The review found that there were several benefits to health information exchanges such as "fewer duplicated procedures, reduced imaging, lower costs, and improved patient safety."
The study made national headlines and was featured in several publications including:
- Study: Health information exchange improves care, reduces cost (Healthcare Informatics)
- HIE improves safety, reduces cost of care (Clinical Innovation+Technology)
- Health Information Exchanges Improve both care and casts, review finds (Healthcare Analytics News)