“As a result of the IEP, healthcare will be better and lives will be saved-two reasons we’re proud to support the IEP.”

Brent Christopher
President and CEO, Communities Foundation of Texas, Dallas, TX

“This project represents an important and innovative use of health information technology to create a system-wide impact on the community through vital exchange between healthcare and social service entities”

Ferdinand Velasco, MD
Chief Health Information Officer, Texas Health Resources, Arlington, TX

“The IEP initiative takes a refreshingly integrated approach to addressing the social determinants of health by creating the necessary connections at the technical, workforce, and policy levels.”

Somava Stout, MD
Vice President for Patient-Centered Medical Home Development, Cambridge Health Alliance, Co-Director, Leadership Institute, Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care, Boston, MA

“This is a uniquely integrated approach to address chronic illness, poverty, unemployment, hunger, and homelessness in our community.”

Ron Anderson, MD
Retired President and Chief Executive Officer of Parkland Health & Hospital System

“This grant from the W.W. Caruth, Jr. Foundation at Communities Foundation of Texas to build the IEP will have a far reach. It will be leveraged across all of the social service agencies in North Texas, likely making PCCI’s impact even greater than what we’re imagining today.”

Brent Christopher
President and CEO, Communities Foundation of Texas, Dallas, TX

“The successful launch of the IEP will make Dallas the most advanced city in the nation with respect to information exchange, and we are truly blessed by the support of the Caruth Foundation at CFT to bring to life this incredible resource for our medical providers, partners and patients at Parkland.”

Rev. Jay Cole
Executive Director, Crossroads Community Services, Dallas, TX

“We strongly believe the Dallas IEP will enable us to enhance the services we provide our clients. The Dallas IEP will allow us to collaborate with other care providers like never before.”

Carl D. Angel
Executive Director, Integrated Care Collaboration, Austin, TX

“The inclusion of community partners would bring a valuable connection to NTAHP’s network, supplying social information that has been noticeably absent in healthcare and HIE nationwide.”

Joe Lastinger, CEO
North Texas Accountable Healthcare Partnership, Arlington, TX

“The IEP will establish healthcare system connections across diverse patient populations in the Metroplex and lay the groundwork for such connections nationwide.”

Ferdinand Velasco, MD
Chief Health Information Officer, Texas Health Resources, Arlington, TX

“The pilot for the Information Exchange Portal (IEP) in Dallas will yield valuable experience and lessons for my own community, and a financial case for implementing similar efforts across the nation.”

Prabhjot Singh, MD, PhD
Director of Systems Design, Earth Institute, Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, New York, NY

“The IEP will be able to expand our patients’ access to necessary resources and to actually prevent negative health outcomes before they occur”

Ron Anderson, MD
Retired President and Chief Executive Officer of Parkland Health & Hospital System

“When the PCCI shared their vision for the intelligent Continuity of Care Document (iCCD) prototype, I immediately saw that the iCCD already exhibits features and functionalities that could solve data and care coordination challenges for our community health workers.”

Prabhjot Singh, MD, PhD
Director of Systems Design, Earth Institute, Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, New York, NY

“Technologies such as the intelligent Continuity of Care Document (ICCD) are critical to providing the highest quality care and producing the best possible outcomes for all Dallas community patients, by drastically increasing hospital efficiency, streamlining resource allocation, and elevating seamless care transitions.”

Robert L. Smith
Senior Advisor to the CEO, Parkland Health & Hospital System, Dallas, TX

“Pieces&#153 ability to function in real time and use natural language processing methods to distill complex patient data and reduce information overload could significantly increase quality of care while decreasing costs.”

Carl D. Angel
Executive Director, Integrated Care Collaboration, Austin, TX

“As the NTAHP HIE steadily grows in size and in participating organizations, we recognize the value of PCCI’s cutting edge tools that leverage advanced methods such as natural language processing and predictive analytics.”

Joe Lastinger, CEO
North Texas Accountable Healthcare Partnership, Arlington, TX

“PCCI takes a truly thoughtful, practical and innovative approach to solving some of the most important challenges that face patients with complex health and social issues and those who care for these patients.”

Somava Stout, MD
Vice President for Patient-Centered Medical Home Development, Cambridge Health Alliance, Co-Director, Leadership Institute, Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care, Boston, MA

“The PCCI understands the unique chronic disease and care coordination challenges in our community, particularly among vulnerable populations, and has the clinical, data, and technical skills to solve these problems.”

Peter W. Roberts
EVP of Population Health and Network Development, Children’s Medical Center, Dallas, TX

“I wholeheartedly support the Dallas Information Exchange Portal thanks to the PCCI’s involvement in making it very intuitive and user friendly. To be able to get the pertinent, concise details in a one page CCD using their intelligent Continuity of Care Document takes communication between clinical and social service organizations leaps and bounds beyond where it has been for the last several decades. I have little doubt that Parkland’s patients will receive better care and services due to these new inroads of technology. The future is bright for the Dallas IEP with these leading edge endeavors by the PCCI!”

Brett Moran, MD
Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Parkland Health & Hospital System and Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX