Los Angeles Network for Enhanced Services (LANES) is a nonprofit, community driven Health Information Exchange network. We enable comprehensive health data, clinical data insights and population health capabilities at the point of care throughout L.A. County’s healthcare ecosystem.
Since 80 percent of our HIE’s patient demographics data originates from L.A. County’s safety net population, LANES was created with the purpose for improving community health with a special focus on the underserved population of Los Angeles, the most populous U.S. county of more than 10.4 million residents representing 140+ cultures and considerable income variation.
Our dedicated provider participant network treats 7.7 million unique patients across 34 hospitals and health systems and 500-plus community clinics and medical practices. We are grateful to the many providers who contribute health data to the LANES HIE, as well as utilize this data to improve patient outcomes.
Participants access our dynamic data and technology service powering patient information flow across the L.A. healthcare continuum. Moreover, our clinical and operational workflows generate cross-community data insights needed to deliver the most appropriate treatments in real time, eliminate wasteful or redundant procedures, and identify and proactively manage risk.
LANES continues to make giant leaps to streamline healthcare delivery. Our team endeavors to provide an instant and complete longitudinal record so that providers can deliver the most efficient and personalized care to their patient communities.