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NaviNet Offering No-cost HIE

August 27, 2009
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Cambridge, Mass.-based NaviNet is introducing NaviNet Health Information Exchange (HIE), a solution that combines the NaviNet Provider Network of more than 770,000 providers with the company’s technology and services.

According to the company, the NaviNet HIE is now available to all state governments and U.S. territories at no cost, enabling more efficient implementation and expansion of local health data exchange.

The NaviNet HIE enables physicians, clinicians, hospitals, ancillary care providers, insurers and existing HIEs to exchange information in real-time within NaviNet’s secure network. Participation in the HIE requires minimal to no investment in new technologies, it touts.

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