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CalOHII, using grant funding, partnered with dedicated individuals from across California and across the country, to pursue their common goals of building infrastructure and policy to promote safe, health information exchange. CalOHII is grateful to all those who shared their knowledge and experience, and worked with us to move HIE forward.

Below are some ehealth organizations that CalOHII continues to partner with.


Policy Steering Team (PoST)

The Policy Steering Team has long been a part of CalOHII, and is made up of subject matter experts representing consumers, state government, public health, health care provider organizations, health informatics, research and academic, health plans and other payors, infrastructure and standards organizations, quality focused organizations, vendors, consultants, alliances, and federations of organizations. PoST members volunteer their time to share their expertise and make recommendations to CalOHII. To learn more, see Policy Steering Team page.  

California Association of Health Information Exchanges (CAHIE)

The California Association of Health Information Exchanges (CAHIE) is a statewide group of community and enterprise health information organizations working together to advance safe and secure HIE throughout California.  CAHIE is a self-sustaining 501(c)3 organization. It was founded under the direction of the California Office of Health Information Integrity, with seed funding from the State HIE Cooperative Agreement grant.  To learn more, go to the CAHIE website. 

National Association for Trusted Exchange (NATE)

The National Association for Trusted Exchange (NATE) is a group of states who share the common goal of creating policy and procedure to lay the groundwork for safe interstate electronic transfer of secure health information.  As a result of California’s dedication to enhancing individual and population health outcomes through results-oriented programs, ensuring secure data access that protects patient privacy and data integrity, and engaging patient and families as partners in care, California has been a supporter of NATE. To learn history of the pilot, go the the CalOHII Archive. To learn more about Nate's current activities, go to the NATE website.

Demonstration Project Partners

CalOHII also funded, through the State HIE Cooperative Agreement grant, Demonstration Projects in partnership with San Diego Beacon eHealth Community, Santa Cruz Health Information Exchange, and Inland Empire Health Information Exchange. For more information on these organizations, please see the CalOHII Archive page. To learn more, go to Demonstration Projects webpage.

Associations and Other Organizations Dedicated to Promoting Health Information Exchange

CalOHII has worked with with private and public sector organizations across the country with the shared goal to protect medical privacy information while promoting its flow to where it can serve and protect the patient. Please see Associations and Other Organizations for more information on other organizations with which CalOHII has worked.