Electronic Health Records Systems

Epic

Founded in a basement in 1979 with 1½ employees, Epic develops software to help people get well, help people stay well, and help future generations be healthier.

These Networks utilize Epic:

Alaska PCA

The Alaska Quality Improvement Network (AQuIN), Alaska’s Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) is comprised of 16 Participating Health Centers (PHC) from across the state of Alaska and is a program of the Alaska Primary Care Association (APCA). AQuIN …

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States Served: 1
Primary contact:
Patty Linduska

Collaborative Ventures Network

Collaborative Ventures Network (CVN), a practice management network, supports health centers in addressing their challenges in leveraging health information technology (health IT) for value-based care. Under Health Resources and Services Administration …

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States Served: 2
Primary contact:
Ginny Roberts

Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County

THE COMMUNITY CLINIC ASSOCIATION OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (CCALAC) is the largest regional association of community clinics and health centers in California. Founded in 1994, CCALAC has 64 members that operate over 290 clinic sites throughout LA County. C …

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States Served: 2
Primary contact:
Louise McCarthy

Health Federation of Philadelphia

HFP is one of the oldest HCCNs in the country and has a broad portfolio of training and organizational capacity building that extends beyond the HCCN project. Within the funded HCCN project, we comprise a network of health centers throughout Pennsylvan …

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States Served: 1
Primary contact:
Suzanne Cohen

Idaho Primary Care Association

Idaho Primary Care Association is a nonprofit organization comprised of Idaho’s sixteen nonprofit community health centers. We were established in 1982 with the mission of supporting vibrant, effective community health centers in providing accessible, …

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States Served: 2
Primary contact:
Susan Ault

Indiana Quality Improvement Network

Indiana Quality Improvement Network (IQIN) is an HCCN housed within the Indiana Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA). Founded in 2016, IQIN serves 26 participating health centers serving nearly 500,000 patients in Indiana. IQIN is the value transfor …

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States Served: 1
Primary contact:
Angela Boyer

Keys to Quality HCCN

The Keys to Quality (K2Q) HCCN consists of 13 participating health centers serving a large, diverse, low-income population. In many ways, this diverse network of PHC members is reflective of the HRSA Bureau of Primary Care Health Center Program as a wh …

Primary contact:
Casey Alrich

Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers

The Mass League provides HIT assistance to health centers in Massachusetts. We provide training and technical assistance on the Azara DRVS population health tool, EMR user groups, CIO forums in the areas of EMR optimization, population health, Meaningf …

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States Served: 1
Primary contact:
Diana Erani

Michigan Quality Improvement Network

The Michigan Quality Improvement Network (MQIN) is the Health Center Control Network (HCCN) for Michigan. MQIN is responsible for providing support to 40 of Michigan’s community health centers to provide the best care for their patients. Network member …

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States Served: 1
Primary contact:
Faiyaz Syed

Montana Primary Care Association

The Montana HCCN membership is all of the Montana health centers and the Urban Indian Health Center look-a-like. The State of Montana still currently lacks a statewide HIE. The Montana HCCN provides T/TA on many topics such as UDS and telehealth and is …

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States Served: 1
Primary contact:
Leslie Southworth

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