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Cal-HOP Grant

2020 Cal-HOP Grant

Cal-HOP

The California Health Information Exchange Onboarding Program (Cal-HOP) is being made possible by a $50M CMS and State of California funded initiative. Cal-HOP will provide funding to facilitate access and use of health information exchange to improve the quality and effectiveness of care.

The Department of Health Care Services has approved LANES as a Qualified HIO.

Grant opportunities for the following entities are as follows:

  • Hospitals can receive up to $100,000
  • Ambulatory clinics and specialists can receive up to $25,000

 

LANES is subsidizing the subscription fee when organizations sign the contract before September 2020.

Organizations can only choose one HIE to integrate with using the Cal-HOP fund.

As a “Qualified HIO” in the Cal-HOP program, LANES is authorized to distribute grant funds to cover the cost of EHR vendors for building interfaces for providers (hospitals and ambulatory) to connect them to LANES.

LANES is the premier health information exchange incorporating a vast and comprehensive network of hospitals, clinics, and other care providers in the greater Los Angeles area than any other HIEs. LANES enables your organization to connect and share patient information with your referring physicians and trading partners.

LANES establishes a longitudinal patient record across hospitals, physician practices, and trading partners to share rich sets of clinical information to drive better outcomes and lower cost of care.

Cal-HOP is a milestone based attestation grant. Provider organizations are funded when milestones are achieved. The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) will oversee the program and distribute the funds to LANES as milestones are achieved.