The Inland Empire Health Information Exchange (IEHIE) gives healthcare providers immediate access to a state-of-the-art electronic health records network. The IEHIE technology allows doctors, clinics, hospitals and other healthcare providers to electronically review and access medical records, resulting in timely, safer and improved quality of healthcare for the patients in our community.
The IEHIE is a collaborative of Riverside, San Bernardino, and other California HIE’s; hospitals; medical centers; medical groups; Independent Physicians Associates (IPA’s); medical associations; physician practices; health plans; public health agencies; and other healthcare providers.
Inland Empire HIE strives to achieve a robust clinical data set to increase the patients longitudinal record which contributes high quality of care.
The Inland Empire HIE is a self-sustaining model with high market share and rich functionality provided at low participation cost to our providers.
Our platform vendor data centers follow stringent security procedures according to regional standards. Network,application, information, physical and process security are all examined to meet the standards required to guarantee a secure service to our customers.
Our platform vendor data center hosts state of the art infrastructure that supports high performance and high availability requirements. The solution spans primary and secondary data centers, to create a comprehensive disaster recovery environment.
The IEHIE is a collaborative of the Riverside County Medical Association (RCMA) and the San Bernardino County Medical Society (SBCMS).
RCMA is comprised of over 1,450 physicians practicing medicine throughout Riverside County. Established in 1893, the RCMA is a professional association of Doctors of Medicine to promote the science and art of medicine, the care and well-being of patients, the protection of the public health, and the betterment of the medical profession. RCMA unites with other county societies in the State of California to form the California Medical Association. They are governed by a Board of Councilors and function via the committee system.
SBCMS was founded in 1878 and is a professional physician membership organization representing 2,800 members. They are the seventh largest county medical society in California. Their membership consists of medical doctors and doctors of osteopathy representing all medical specialties, as well as residents in training and medical students in San Bernardino County. SBCMS is a component medical society of the California Medical Association (CMA) and members benefit through joint membership.
In our efforts to increase interoperability across California and other areas, we understand that local markets will have different business needs for their patients, so we have partnerships with the listed HIE’s that provide the necessary support and business needs of the local constituents.