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BURLINGTON, VT – Vermont Information Technology Leaders, Inc. (VITL), Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH), and the Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties (VNA...
Interoperability is a key element of Vermont's health IT infrastructure, including systems that contribute data to the Vermont Health Information Exchange (VHIE) and systems that receive data from...
Rob Gibson from VITL interviewed Debra Wachtel, primary care nurse practitioner about the benefits of electronic health records and health information exchange.
The Vermont Health Information Exchange (VHIE)— with its depth and breadth of connections around the state—is a clinical data network built to deliver valuable services to providers and provider...
A Continuity of Care Document (CCD) contains a set of medical facts about a patient who may need to transition from one care setting to another, such as from a hospital to long-term care facility. A...
Three Tier Criteria 05 13 19.jpg During the 2013 Vermont legislative session, Act 79 was enacted, amending VSA § 9352 and empowering VITL to “establish criteria for...
Burlington, VT - Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC) and VITL recently completed the final phases of a hospital interface project that developed five connections to transmit health data from...
Recently Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, Medicity and VITL met the old-fashioned way—face-to-face—at the VITL office in Burlington to complete the second phase of a hospital interface project....
Primary Care Health Partners (PCHP) continue to advance their technological capabilities with sending and receiving patient data via the Vermont Health Information Exchange (VHIE). During November...
Recently Dr. Toby Sadkin from Primary Care Health Partners (PCHP) in St. Albans, Vermont, won a prestigious award, 2014 Physician Executive of the Year, from the Medical Group Management Association...

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