What is a health data utility? A public-private resource that provides a source of truth for robust clinical and non-clinical data, which can be leveraged by state and other health care system stakeholders to achieve healthier communities.

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The Consortium for State and Regional Interoperability (CSRI) is a collection of the nation’s largest and most robust nonprofit healthcare data organizations. Collectively, our nonprofit organizations connect over 80 million records for patients across several states and provide a wide range of services to healthcare organizations.

CSRI Board of Directors

CSRI board of directors are leaders at the nation’s largest and most robust nonprofit health data networks.

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September 22, 2021 in News

Media coverage: HIEs Are Vital to Public Health, But Need Reshaping (HIMSS.org)

Health information exchanges (HIEs) are scrambling to respond to COVID-19, as are all parts of the healthcare delivery system. Many have proven to be ready…
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September 6, 2021 in News

Media coverage: HIE Collaboratives Boost Interoperability Through Shared Best Practices (EHR Intelligence)

State and regional HIEs are helping to boost nationwide interoperability through collaboratives where health IT leaders can share best practices. Read the Article
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