Patients with DHIN

Patients

Nearly 2.9 million patient records from 50 states are stored in DHIN’s Community Health Record.

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Healthcare Providers with DHIN

Healthcare Providers

Nearly every Delaware medical provider who makes orders participates in the DHIN network today.

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Data Senders and DHIN

Data Senders

DHIN serves all acute care hospitals in Delaware, along with major labs and radiology facilities.

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Delaware Health Information Network – Better Communication for Better Healthcare

The nation’s first live, statewide health information exchange, Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN) saves time, money and lives. Learn more!

Governor Carney Announces Statewide Contact Tracing Program for COVID-19

WILMINGTON, Del. (May 12, 2020) – Governor John Carney on Tuesday announced that the State of Delaware entered into an agreement with the nonpartisan research institution NORC at the University of Chicago to build Delaware’s statewide contact tracing program to contain COVID-19, limit Delawareans’ exposure to the disease, and restart Delaware’s economy.

The contact tracing program builds on Delaware’s statewide plan to test up to 80,000 Delawareans monthly for COVID-19. Expanded testing and contact tracing efforts are key to reopening Delaware’s economy under guidance from the White House and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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In the News

May, 2020
Governor Carney Announces Statewide Contact Tracing Program for COVID-19
WILMINGTON, Del. (May 12, 2020) – Governor John Carney on Tuesday announced that the State of Delaware entered into an...

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March, 2020
DHIN Expands Its Clinical Data Pool
DOVER (March 3, 2020) – Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN) is pleased to welcome two new data senders to the...

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Testimonials

“The information on DHIN is so helpful to our practice. We have patients come into the office that can’t remember where they had lab/radiology work done. Utilizing the DHIN system, we log onto DHIN, type in the patient’s name and we can see where the patient had reports done. It really does help us from having to call around and track down that information.”

– Debbie McGinnes, Nurse – Bijan Sorouri, MD, PA

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