Transforming health and social services
through information sharing and coordinated care.
The use of a unified individual longitudinal record reflects shared language defining needs, risk assessments, care planning, and individual outcomes.
A CIE enables a proactive system of care enabling multidisciplinary partners to work collectively and contributing to a single care plan and identify system interaction.
Over the past few years, communities across the country have expressed interest in learning from San Diego’s history developing, growing, and maintaining CIE. To address the overwhelming interest, 2-1-1 San Diego partnered with the Schultz Family Foundation to create this toolkit to give communities real world examples and strategies to develop a CIE in their community.
211/CIE San Diego is pleased to share Leveraging Community Information Exchanges for Equitable and Inclusive Data, a suite of resources that inform early planning and community member engagement efforts for institutions building Community Information Exchanges (CIEs).
Based on San Diego’s local CIE development and evolution of data integration and interoperability capabilities, this presentation focuses on the role social services has played
HealthierHere, a non-profit collaborative based in King County, Washington and steward of the Connect2 Community Network, is highlighted in this EHR Intelligence article focused on
In collaboration with 211 San Diego/CIE, we’ve delved into countywide data to uncover the factors affecting Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) hardships for individuals seeking
211 San Diego, steward of the region’s Community Information Exchange (CIE), and San Diego Health Connect (SDHC), the region’s Health Information Exchange (HIE), have been
This toolkit, created by the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), provides guidance for communities as a practical starting point to begin