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NDHIN receives CMS Certification

NDHIN received the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Outcomes-Based Certification (OBC). 

Joint Health Information Exchange (JHIE) and NDHIN are Connected

NDHIN participating healthcare providers can now securely query a patient’s medical history from both DoD and VA facilities. 

NEW Module in NDHIN for Newborn Screening

Newborn Screening Care Coordination Module.

AHIMA Releases Naming Policy to Enhance Patient Identification and Matching

Recommended Data Elements for Capture in the Master Patient Index (MPI).

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Upcoming Events

NDHIN On-Demand Training is now LIVE

On-Demand training videos are now available for NDHIN Clinical Portal and the Direct Secure Message application Communicate. There are six short training videos to facilitate ease of viewing.  Continuing Education credit is not available with this training.

Registration is required to view the videos. Access to the training documentation is included with this registration. You will receive further instruction upon registration.

Please Note: You must register before accessing the training videos.

Click here to Register and Access the Clinical Portal On-demand Training


As we continue working NDSmart to slow the spread of Covid-19, NDHIN will list upcoming virtual conferences we will be attending. 

Please continue to monitor this page for updates.



When it comes to healthcare, sharing information is important. In life’s unexpected events, having access to healthcare information can help clinicians quickly identify diagnoses.  The North Dakota Health Information Network (NDHIN) makes record sharing faster and easier for authorized clinicians.  The record-sharing methods are safe and confidential.  Protecting the privacy and security of health information is a top priority for NDHIN.  


The NDHIN is a public/private partnership that resides within North Dakota’s Information Technology (NDIT) department. Over the past decade, North Dakota has taken the concept of a statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE) from the drawing board to a functioning exchange. With initial funding from state appropriations and a federal ONC grant, NDHIN began operations in 2010 and currently has participants representing 400+ locations/points of care across the state.

A network model, statewide HIE, NDHIN provides value through a secure online network for electronic health information exchange, a robust patient data set, and an increasing number of connections among North Dakota hospitals, providers, and other related entities.