The Indian Health Service uses secure information technology (IT) to improve health care quality, enhance access to specialty care, reduce medical errors, and modernize administrative functions consistent with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) enterprise initiatives.
Manages technology deployed for use across the agency, and touches the lives of everyone who interacts digitally with the IHS
Ensures agency-wide security and trusted information technology environments in support of IHS' commitment.
HIT offers tools for improving quality, safety, and
efficiency of the healthcare delivery system. Indian
Health Service, along with our Tribal and Urban Program partners, have developed and deployed a comprehensive suite of software applications to support the provision of quality services and the secure management of health information.
The Health Information Exchange (HIE) is designed to improve coordinated health care of the Native American population. It provides connectivity to internal facilities and external agencies for the secure exchange of relevant patient data.
Meet the Meaningful Use requirements published by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Learn about the IHS Electronic Dental Record program.
The ICD-10 project fosters an alliance between Office of Information Technology (OIT), clinical and business disciplines within the Indian Health Service/Tribal/Urban (I/T/U) community for the benefit of our patients.
Learn about the state-of-the-art, enterprise-wide environment for the IHS national data repository.
See how IHS reports on the quality of care it provides to its patients, as well as providing information for patients to improve their health.
Learn about the health information solution for the Indian healthcare service delivery system.
Find a listing of codes and terms intended to ensure standardized documentation of medical information.