NEHII is now CyncHealth
Nebraska Health Information Exchange (HIE)
Nebraska Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)
Welcome to CyncHealth
Since our inception in 2008, we have been driven to make sharing and accessing health information better and safer than ever. Today is no different. As we have continued to identify opportunities and innovate solutions that make healthier possible for a wider population, the work we’re doing far extends beyond the Nebraska Health Information Initiative.
As CyncHealth, we can empower additional states and entire regions to: support advanced interoperability, democratize data, cultivate greater economic value and experience the benefits of a trusted health data utility.
CyncHealth speaks to our commitment to collaboration, creating unbiased products and processes, advancing what’s possible — and working together to inspire and enable healthier communities.
CyncHealth Joins Gravity Project to Create Better Standards to Effectively Address Social Determinants of Health Nationwide
The Gravity Project brings together a diverse community to identify and review terminologies, conduct a gap analysis, and develop recommendations to address the gaps using nationally recognized data standards.
The CyncHealth name helps better position the organization as the health data utility for the Midwest, providing vital information services for continuity of health care.
Under the arrangement NEHII will continue all services of IHIN as IHIN remains the state designated entity for purposes of administering and governing the statewide Iowa health information network.
We are on a mission to ensure health information is available where it’s needed and improve the health care landscape for providers, patients and the community! It’s a fast-paced, data-driven environment, rapidly evolving to meet the needs of our region. We invite you to browse our open positions to see if a career with CyncHealth is in your future!
What do our partners think?
“The PDMP is a great tool to use as a double check for patient safety. Great strides have been made in a short period of time to make it useful and more user friendly. I look forward to seeing it expand into complete fill history along with other monitoring features to serve Nebraska patients and healthcare providers.”