November 2019
$1 Million from New York State Helps Health Care Providers Connect to Rochester RHIO, Improving Electronic Records and Patient Care

More than $1 million in New York State grants have helped 94 Rochester-area health care providers securely connect to provide patient health records to Rochester RHIO. Through the Data Exchange Incentive Program (DEIP) started in 2017, RHIO has expanded its data sources to include additional groups such as skilled nursing facilities, diagnostic treatment centers, and community-based organizations.

Are you eligible for funding? Contact Rochester RHIO today to learn more about grant eligibility at 1-877-865-7447 (RHIO) or via email

Rochester RHIO Presents at Leading Age Conference in San Diego
Rochester RHIO’s Director of Community Services Denise DiNoto spoke at the national Leading Age Conference in San Diego, California. The topic? Sharing Health Information for Care Coordination.

Denise was invited to share the incredible impact of Lifespan’s Community Care Connections (CCC) program and the role Rochester RHIO played as a health information exchange.
In the News: Digital health records are bringing better care and less cost


"In western New York, hospital readmissions within 30 days of a patient discharge fell by 57%. Indianapolis hospitals reported a significant drop in dangerous staph infections year after year. And readmissions to Maine’s emergency room decreased by 23% in 2017." Read more from
Job Opening:
Interface Analyst

We are looking for an awesome person to join the HealthVantics Interface Analyst team!!

This person is responsible for performing technical analysis, design, development, testing, implementation, support, and maintenance for inbound and outbound HL7 interfaces. You can also find the posting on LinkedIn.

Annual Meeting Notice

The Rochester RHIO Annual Meeting will take place on Tuesday, December 3 at four o'clock in the afternoon.

200 Canal View Boulevard, Suite 200
Rochester, NY 14623
[Third Floor: Seneca Room]

Time: Public meeting runs from 4:00- 4:30 p.m. on 12/3.

Please RSVP to if you plan on attending, so that we have a head count.
Making a Difference During Cyber Security Awareness Month
October was Cyber Security Awareness Month. Rochester RHIO and HealthVantics Information Security Officer Eric Bielski taught 3rd - 8th graders how to stay safe online and spot cyberbullying on the Internet during their #BeNicer campaign at St Francis de Sales - St Stephen School in Geneva. In return, they sent these adorable thank you cards.

Eric also taught Internet safety to a Girl Scout Troop earlier that same week.
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