QHN connects people for better health

Our award-winning health information exchange (HIE) helps medical and behavioral health providers in western Colorado securely share patient data that enhances care coordination, reduces duplication of services and identifies individuals at risk so that efforts can be focused where they are needed most.

Hospitals, providers, post-acute care facilities, home care agencies and other health service providers are using QHN’s system in creative and innovative ways to improve the quality and efficiency of care and the way care is coordinated.

We save patients and providers time and money today and are committed to finding  new and innovative ways to continue to in the future.

In addition, our Community Resource Network (CRN) is an award-winning, team-based service coordination platform that integrates with our HIE right out of the box.
It boosts community-wide health and makes integration of Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) data not only possible- but simple, visual, and powerful. Take a look!

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QHN History

QHN was initially funded by St. Mary’s Hospital and Regional Health Center, Hilltop Health Resources, Community Hospital, the Mesa County Independent Physicians Association (IPA) and Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RMHP). QHN is nationally recognized as one of the leading HIEs in the country.

Our Mission

Our Values

Fast Facts

QHN securely exchanges health information among 100% of our area hospitals, nearly than 1,800 medical providers and over 500 other healthcare organizations in western Colorado.

QHN helps medical providers improve the quality of care and lower healthcare expenses, while keeping your information secure.

QHN was cited by the National eHealth Collaborative in 2011 as one of the nation’s 12 most successful health information exchanges.

QHN serves as a national model for health information exchange and was one of 17 “Beacon Communities” designated by the federal Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) projects.