We envision a Hawai‘i in which all residents, regardless of where they may receive care within our state, can receive uniquely tailored care that is based on their own up-to-date health records.
The Health eNet helps doctors, hospitals and other health care providers connect their computer-based patient record systems to a protected statewide network.
The Health eNet is a secure, encrypted electronic system used to exchange and access protected health Information (PHI), such as patient’s medical history, laboratory results, medications, diagnosis, procedures and demographic information.
Through Hawai‘i HIE and its HPREC and State HIE programs, your hospital, lab or pharmacy will have access to a number of features and benefits that will allow you to improve patient health care and security, reduce costs and increase revenue.
The Hawai‘i Health Information Exchange is a support center making the implementation or upgrade of EHRs easier for physicians throughout the entire process.
★ NEW! Hawaii HIE is featured in the February 2016 HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) newsletter. Read the interview with Executive Director Christine Sakuda.
★ QCIPN Participating Providers (UPDATED 2/9/2016)
★ Transcribed Reports are now available from The Queen's Health Systems: Data Sources for the Community Health Record (UPDATED January 2016)
★ Data Sources - Map of Hawaii (UPDATED January 2016)
★ Hawaii HIE Newsletter (October 2015)
★ 2015 Hawai‘i Health Workforce and Health IT Summit. View the Summit Presentations
Congratulations Senator Rosalyn Baker!
Senator Baker received the HIMSS State Legislator of the Year Award