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DHIN is the First Statewide HIE in the Nation (Launched May 2007).
More than 90% of DHIN-enrolled practices which order medical tests receive their clinical results / reports exclusively through DHIN.
Over 96% of providers currently practicing in Delaware are enrolled in DHIN.
DHIN delivers more than 9 million clinical results and reports each year.
All Delaware acute care hospitals participate in DHIN, including A.I. duPont, Bayhealth Medical Center, Beebe Medical Center, Christiana Care Health System, Nanticoke Memorial Hospital and St. Francis Healthcare.
DHIN has been financially sustainable since 2012.
All Delaware acute care hospitals participate in DHIN, including Nemours, Bayhealth Medical Center, Beebe Healthcare, Christiana Care Health System, Nanticoke Memorial Hospital and Saint Francis Healthcare.
The percentage of Delaware providers enrolled in DHIN is approaching 100%.
All 46 long term care facilities in the state use DHIN in the care of their residents.
All 46 Maryland hospitals provide DHIN with information on the Delaware residents they treat.
DHIN delivers more than 14 million clinical results and reports each year.
DHIN ranks #6 in the nation in volume of data exchanged with a Public Health Agency.**
Two national reference laboratories (LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics) and a local pathology provider (Doctors Pathology Services) participate in DHIN. Tri-State Imaging Group and Papastavros are the first radiology and imaging centers to participate.
Nearly 100% of labs and radiology tests in Delaware are delivered through DHIN.
More than 5,000 health care professionals at over 600 Delaware practices are “live” on DHIN.
DHIN and other stakeholders played a major role in creating the State Healthcare Innovation Plan (SHIP).
More than 1.4 million unique patients are represented in the master patient index.
DHIN has surpassed 1.9MM unique patients.
Five hospital emergency departments and laboratories send data through DHIN to the Division of Public Health for public health monitoring.
Three federally qualified health centers (La Red Health Center, Henrietta Johnson Medical Center and Westside Family Health) are among the practices exclusively receiving results via DHIN.