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Object Health is a small women-owned management consulting group that helps health care organizations, communities, and government agencies adopt and implement health information technologies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of community health care delivery. We are a California CMAS-approved contractor with federal and state experience in supporting health information projects, including ARRA and The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. Object Health advises our clients on how to successfully address the intersection of technical and strategic issues of managing health care information. We work with healthcare foundations, healthcare providers, government agencies and non-profit organizations focused on bridging the gap between clinical information and technology solutions.

Object Health clients include health care delivery organizations, government agencies and health care payers who are all working to improve the quality of health care delivered in their community and as a nation. In addition to serving clients such as the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the California Health Workforce Alliance, and the California eHealth Collaborative, Object Health is a Service Partner of HITEC-LA (hitec-la.org), one of California’s Regional Extension Centers.

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On April 21, 2016 at 12:30 p.m. Eastern/9:30 a.m. Pacific Hosted by Greenway Health

Lori Hack, CEO to speak: Why isn’t there a government-run national HIE already?

Several organizations in the healthcare industry are working to find a solution to overcome the roadblocks of interoperability, and health information exchanges (HIEs) are one of the more commonly suggested solutions.

Join us for a webinar, Thursday, April 21, 2016, 12:30 p.m. Eastern, where Lori Hack, an expert on state- and government-run HIEs, will discuss the strategies of government-run and private HIEs, examples of successful HIEs, and how to design an effective clinical connectivity strategy. She will conclude the webinar by providing a candid assessment of the question posed in the webinar title and will be available to answer questions.