Health Information Exchange – CCO
For Healthcare Providers
Would having instant access to your patients’ health information — history, treatment, medications and progress — from all of their providers help you make better decisions for their care?
Coordinated Care Oklahoma (CCO) was founded to improve healthcare outcomes. CCO helps medical providers coordinate with other members of a patient’s healthcare team, by providing
WHAT IS A HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE?
Coordinated Care Oklahoma is a Health Information Exchange (HIE).
Health information exchanges (HIEs) are entities that bring together health care stakeholders generally within a defined geographic area and govern the electronic sharing of health information among them for the purpose of improving health and care in that community. The fundamental concept behind creating HIEs is that the ability to exchange health information electronically is critical to the efforts to improve the delivery of care in the United States.
HIE’s are an important part of the health information technology infrastructure. Coordinated Care Oklahoma, includes large public and private hospitals; community health centers, ambulatory care centers, clinics, and non-hospital residential facilities such as rehabilitation centers and long-term care facilities in it’s network.