Southern Tier HealthLink (STHL) is
the RHIO (Regional Health Information Organization) that manages the Health
Information Exchange (HIE) for our region, which includes Broome, Tioga,
Chenango, Otsego, and Delaware counties.
Southern Tier HealthLink helps Connect the Dots
between patient data from multiple care
providers, which is often spread across the region and not easily shared. By
using STHL’s Health Information Exchange (HIE), healthcare providers can access
their patients’ data from all of their connected providers in one
By providing better access to more comprehensive patient records, the HIE can
help improve care quality, care coordination, patient safety, healthcare
outcomes, and reduce healthcare costs.
If you’re a patient
want to ensure that your doctors have access to your information, make sure to
sign a consent form at your provider’s office today. Click here
to learn more!
If you’re a healthcare
and would like to learn more about how you can connect with STHL,
to learn more and contact
To watch an information video
about Southern Tier HealthLink, click here.
STHL) is a non-profit New York Regional Health Information Organization
(RHIO) funded by the NYS Department of Health and as part of the Statewide
Health Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY). STHL was established with
leadership and support from United Health Services, Lourdes Hospital and other
stakeholders in 2005. STHL is designed as a partnership which brings together
healthcare providers and consumers in Central New York with technology that will
improve health care quality and safety while reducing costs.
For more information, call (607)
651-9150, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org