Primary Care Information Project
The Primary Care Information Project (PCIP) seeks to improve population health through health information technology and data exchange. The program supports the adoption and use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) among primary care providers in New York City's underserved communities and area specialists through a wide-range of services. Learn more about PCIP.
With PCIP, you can:
- Reach Meaningful Use by learning how to adopt and implement at EHR at NYC REACH. Learn more about how to join, and check out the EHR Action Kit
- Receive Quality Improvement Support on using and customizing your EHR and processing billing. We also have training classes.
- Learn about Privacy and Security guidelines to keep patient records safe and protected
- Participate in Health Information Exchange which allows you to exchange clinical information from your EHR with other health care stakeholders (e.g. physicians, hospitals, labs, home health care agencies).
Learn about a variety of patient education, pay-for performance and certification programs -
- Join On the Record to participate in online discussions with other providers and the PCIP staff.
PCIP wins first place in the 2012 Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Program. Read about this as well as other news about PCIP.
To learn more about PCIP, sign up for our monthly newsletter, or ask questions about EHR adoption, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (347) 396-4888.