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15th July 2020

What’s changing? Work has been underway for the last few months looking at how we can include local authorities to the regional Health Information Exchange (HIE). The need to connect health and social care has only been made more prominent in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our objective is to connect all local authority adult […]

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9th July 2020

Guest blog from from Kaye Colohan, Clinical Strategist from Cerner There is a HIE User Experience Study being carried out by a master’s student from Imperial College London. While the study is independent of Cerner, we expect it will give us a great opportunity to gain some insight into adoption across all HIEs in England. […]

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28th May 2020

The regional Health Information Exchange (HIE) which went live on 9 March 2020 continues to develop and add more data sources. Newcastle Hospitals We are pleased to confirm that Newcastle Hospitals went live with appointments and correspondence on Monday 18 May. This means that the HIE will now show any future appointments and clinical correspondence, […]

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4th May 2020

The Health Information Exchange went live on 9 March 2020 sharing data from GP practices across the North East and North Cumbria.   Originally targeted at replacing the functionality of the North East MIG we’re pleased to say that, since going live, the HIE is now making more data available, in more places, than was previously […]

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26th March 2020

The Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG) licences for the North East will continue beyond 31st March 2020. The replacement for the MIG, the regional Health Information Exchange (HIE) went live earlier this month on 9th March.  We have full confidence that the HIE works and the technology is available however the majority of users are still […]

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