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Saban Community Clinic Joins LANES’ Growing Provider Community

LANES welcomes in partnership with OCHIN, Saban Community Clinic, a National Committee for Quality Assurance recognized Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home with three clinics, to its growing community of community clinics and healthcare provider participants.  The health information exchange supports Saban’s Whole Person approach to enable sustainable change

LANES Connects California’s CURES Prescription Drug Database

For Immediate Release        LANES Connects California’s CURES Prescription Drug Database Health information exchange’s integration of CURES eliminates extra step in provider workflow   LOS ANGELES—June 29, 2020—The Los Angeles Network for Enhanced Services (LANES) announced today its health information exchange (HIE) connectivity

UCLA Health Goes Live with LANES

UCLA Health Goes Live with LANES   UCLA Health, among the most comprehensive and advanced healthcare systems in the world, has activated the LANES health information exchange. This first phase of the LANES HIE go-live entails onboarding 303 UCLA Health network care sites including ambulatory

Connecting to LANES Health Data through PULSE during a Disaster

Connecting to LANES Health Data through PULSE during a Disaster When a disaster occurs the Patient Unified Lookup System for Emergencies (PULSE) connects Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) such as LANES as part of the overall emergency response effort. One of

Central Neighborhood Health Foundation Signs With LANES

“Central Neighborhood Health Foundation Signs With LANES” LANES welcomes Central Neighborhood Health Foundation (CNHF) to its growing community of community clinics and healthcare provider participants. The health information exchange supports CNHF’s commitment to bring sophisticated HIE technology to one of the oldest continuously operating ambulatory

Welcome Aboard! LANES Participant Roundup

“Welcome Aboard! LANES Participant Roundup” LANES recently furthered its reach in Los Angeles County after adding 12 healthcare organizations to its growing community of participants seamlessly sharing clinical and administrative data to provide safe, more timely, efficient patient-centered care. The LANES team is pleased to

A Letter From The LANES CEO

“A Letter From The LANES CEO” February 2020 Dear Valued Participant, This month marks the 2-year anniversary of operationalizing LANES as the first community-based health information exchange in Los Angeles. Our goal is to strengthen healthcare delivery systems’ ability to enhance care in Los Angeles

For HIEs To Succeed, We Need To Start Small

“For HIEs To Succeed, We Need To Start Small” The following article was published on LinkedIn. By Anish Mahajan MD – CMO of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and Chair of the Los Angeles Network for Enhanced Services Board of Directors We tend to think of healthcare

CA Hospitals Agree to Connect to Health Information Exchange

“Two California hospitals recently partnered with a nonprofit HIE to improve care coordination and EHR access” July 05, 2017 – Two California medical centers recently connected to a nonprofit health information exchange (HIE) in an effort to improve care coordination for patients and providers within

Healthcare Executives Rate The Industry’s Top 10 Challenges

“Healthcare Executives Rate The Industry’s Top 10 Challenges” The original article can be found it Health Data Management For more than 10 years, the Healthcare Executive Group has annually queried its members to see what’s keeping them awake at night. The effort has provided insight

A Huge Trove Of Medical Records And Prescriptions Found Exposed

“A Huge Trove Of Medical Records And Prescriptions Found Exposed” Thousands of health records and doctor’s notes were exposed daily The original article can be found in Tech Crunch. A health tech company was leaking thousands of doctor’s notes, medical records, and prescriptions daily after

Health Information Exchange—Obvious Choice Or Pipe Dream?

“Health Information Exchange—Obvious Choice Or Pipe Dream?” Electronic health information exchange allows physicians and hospitals to access and share clinical data for individual patients with other health care personnel when and where these data are needed and across organizational and geographic boundaries. The timely exchange

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