The Health Information Exchange (HIE) of South Texas

September 2016 -

RioOne Health Network achieves the prestigious Electronic Health Network Accreditation Commission's (EHNAC) Health Information Exchange Accreditation Program (HIEAP) Approval

EHNAC Website:

THSA Website:

April 2016 -

​On April 27, 2016,  the Department of Health and Human Services issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to put in place key parts of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). The rule has proposed great emphasis on the use of "Interoperability" and Health Information Exchanges". ​For more information, please visit the URL: 

February 2016 - 
Renaissance Medical Foundation (RMF) Clinics are now Live on RioOne. The clinics include:
1.  Renaissance Bariatric and                    Metabolic  Institute
2.  Heart Institute at Renaissance
3.  Neurology Institute at                        Renaissance
4.  South Texas   Gastroenterology          Associates PA

About us

Learn how you as a provider will accomplish the meaningful use criteria when you join RioOne.

What is HIe?

HIE stands for Health Information Exchange, please click on the photo for more information.

RioOne HIE is a not-for- profit organization helping the community of Rio Grande Valley by facilitating the secure and lawful patient health information exchange.


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​RioOne Health Network 

Learn about the benefits that you as a patient will obtain when you enroll in health information exchange. 

​​With the new advancements in flow and process of medical records, electronic prescriptions, lab results, and so much more, it has become increasingly important for medical providers to communicate electronically a patient's medical history. This real-time health information exchange of electronic health information is made possible through the implementation of electronic health information exchange, popularly known as HIE. 

Electronic health information exchange (HIE) allows doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other health care providers to appropriately access and securely share a patient's vital medical information - improving the speed, quality, safety and cost of patient care. 

Only authorized healthcare providers such as physicians can create, view, update or exchange any type of healthcare records.  All electronic sharing of health records follow strict guidelines and are shared through a secure network between care settings: physician's clinic, emergency rooms, or inpatient settings.

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