New health information exchange initiatives or milestones have been announced in rapid succession in recent days. They include:

* Seton Healthcare Family, with 38 facilities including 11 hospitals serving Central Texas, will use an interoperability platform from dbMotion, Pittsburgh;

* Scripps Health in San Diego will use the Allscripts Community Record, which includes dbMotion technology, to aggregate data from inpatient and ambulatory electronic health records systems;

* Phoenix-based Axway will build Connecticut's statewide HIE using vendor partners NextGate for directories and indexes, CA Technologies for single-sign-on and GE Healthcare for clinical document registry and repository;

* Community Health Alliance, a Virginia-based consortium of hospitals, will establish a governance structure for the state's HIE and staff and manage its operations on an ongoing basis; and

* Chicago-based bswift will team with Microsoft Corp. to offer health insurance exchanges to states and private insurers.


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