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Patient Centered Data Relationship Request for Information

As of Wednesday, September 1, the RFI submissions are closed. Please keep an eye out for an email update on the evaluation process. Submit any questions to pcdr-response@strategichie.com.

 

On behalf of SHIEC, we are pleased to release the Patient Centered Data Relationship (PCDR) Platform – Request for Information (RFI). This RFI was compiled by a Workgroup chartered by the SHIEC Board and PCDH Governance Council with the goal of determining the future for Patient Centered Data Home (PCDH).

The RFI provides instructions and timeline for submitting questions, responding to the RFI, and the decision-making process.

Key dates include:

ActivityDue Date
RFI released6/23/21
Vendor/partner questions due via email6/30/21
SHIEC responses to Vendor/Partner questions*7/9/21
Vendor/Partner RFI submission8/31/21
Completion of RFI evaluation process*9/30/21
Decision on whether a Formal Request for Proposal (RFP) is needed and/or direct contracting negotiations with selected vendors from RFI process.*10/29/21

 

Please submit any questions regarding the RFI via email to pcdr-response@strategichie.com.

What is the Patient Centered Data Home?

The Patient Centered Data Home (PCDH) is a cost-effective, scalable method of exchanging patient data among health information exchanges (HIEs). It’s based on triggering episode alerts, which notify providers a care event has occurred outside of the patient’s “home” HIE, and confirms the availability and the specific location of the clinical data, enabling providers to initiate additional data exchanges to access real-time information across state and regional lines and the care continuum.

PCDH is an initiative of the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC) that puts into practice the vision that clinical data should be available whenever and wherever care occurs and centered around the patient to improve patient care. In this model, all clinical data becomes part of the comprehensive longitudinal patient record in the HIE where the patient resides, called the Patient Centered Data Home.