Welcome to the GNOHIE

The Greater new orleans health information exchange

The Greater New Orleans Health Information Exchange (GNOHIE) is a community-governed health information technology infrastructure that facilitates the sharing of patient information across providers so that they can deliver the best care possible.

The GNOHIE network comprises more than 30 health care and social service organizations with coverage across Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines, St. Tammany, St. Bernard, St. Charles, and Tangipahoa parishes. Our members include hospitals, primary care, behavioral health, emergency medical services, socials services, jail, and more.

The Greater New Orleans Health Information Exchange was developed as part of the Crescent City Beacon Community through a grant from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). The GNOHIE is managed and operated by the Partnership for Achieving Total Health (PATH) – a 509(a)(3) supporting organization of the Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI).

OUR SERVICES

Find out how the gnohie can help you!

  • Use real-time hospital encounter data to facilitate follow-up visits with patients within 7 days
  • Monitor and track hospital utilization at the patient and population-level to target those most in need and drive strategic improvements
  • Access updated contact information to help get in touch with patients
  • Improve performance on value-based care measures through enhanced care coordination

  • Reduce readmission rates by enabling providers to perform timely follow-up and care coordination
  • Identify gaps in post-discharge follow-up care and facilitate targeted outreach
  • Integrate information on established care relationships between patients and primary care clinics to support the discharge planning and referral process

  • Enhance coordination with healthcare providers caring for your patients to advance whole-person care
  • Use real-time data on healthcare utilization to support transitions from the hospital setting to community setting
  • Promote healthcare providers’ understanding of their patients’ social service needs
  • Access recently updated contact information for your patients to assist with outreach

  • Monitor and track hospital utilization at the patient and population-level to target those most in need and drive strategic improvements
  • Access recently updated contact information for your patients to assist with outreach
  • Use real-time hospital encounter data to facilitate timely follow-up with patients and reduce risk of readmissions

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