August 2020
Rochester RHIO Declares that Racism is a Public Health Crisis
We count on health data to measure access, clinical outcomes, costs, and other crucial components of care. Race and ethnicity are part of this data set, influencing planning, aiding decisions, and changing lives. And, we know that many count on Rochester RHIO as one of the community’s key resources for this information.

Data quality and completeness allows accurate assessments of the health and well-being of residents—and identifying inequities. Rochester RHIO is a trusted data steward spanning 14 counties and 1.5 million people. Yet as robust as our systems are, we can do better. Our team is committed to improving how race and ethnicity data are recorded, collaborating with other regional healthcare agencies and experts to evaluate and reform policies and processes that deliver the most precise information possible.

RHIO CEO to speak at FLPPS Partnership Showcase Series

Rochester RHIO CEO Jill Eisenstein is scheduled to speak at the FLPPS Partnership Showcase Series this week. Jill will be "Addressing Social Determinants of Health."

The four-part virtual Showcase Series begins August 18 and features regional FLPPS partner organizations that have created innovative change in the areas of Care Management, Behavioral Health and Social Determinants of Health as a result of DSRIP.
Final September Deadline for State Incentive Dollars Approaches
Certain healthcare facilities are pre-qualified to receive up to $13,000 in state money if they sign up to send clinical data to Rochester RHIO, our community health information exchange. Eligible organizations that wish to participate in the Data Exchange Incentive Program (DEIP) must contact Rochester RHIO by mid-September to complete the paperwork for the September 30, 2020 deadline, and must comply with bi-directional connectivity requirements by May 31, 2021. Read more...
Health Information Exchange at Work: Supporting New York Through COVID-19
Source: NYeC

New York is slowly emerging from the worst public health crisis in modern history, where our healthcare system had to immediately transform, pivot, and stay prepared for whatever developments were ahead. When every moment counted, timely access to healthcare data has been key.

Rochester RHIO is a critical link of the Statewide Health Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY)
Updated Rochester RHIO User Guide Available for Download

The Rochester RHIO User Guide contains detailed information about RHIO policies, services offered, specific Explore functionality, and much more. If you've had a question about Explore, you'll probably find the answer in the User Guide.

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Rochester RHIO's Amy Warner Featured in The Daily Record
Source: The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal

The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal recently honored Amy S. Warner, Esq. with a 2020 Corporate Counsel Award. Amy has been with the RHIO since 2009 as Chief Legal Counsel & Privacy Officer.

The honorees were selected by the editorial staff and management of The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal. They look for attorneys who have a positive impact on the company or organization they serve and who demonstrate exceptional character, integrity and ethics. In addition, the honorees must show a significant contribution to the success of their client. Read more...
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