South Carolina

NASHP’s Accountable Care Activity map is a work in progress; state activity pages will be launched in waves throughout Fall 2012.   At this time, we have no information on accountable care activity that meets the following criteria: (1) Medicaid or CHIP agency participation (not necessarily leadership); (2) explicitly intended to advance accountable or integrated […]

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  • South Carolina’s Medicaid agency, the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, is the state designated entity for HIT in the state and will collaborate with the governance body (SCHIEx Council).

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    April 13, 2010 | Filed under: South Carolina
  • SCHIEx will be supported by subscriber fees. The South Carolina Department of Commerce is developing a sustainability model to transition SCHIEx from relying on grant funds to being supported by subscriber fees in 4 years. Refer to page 40 of the state Strategic Plan.

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    March 31, 2010 | Filed under: South Carolina
  • The South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is the state-designated entity for HIT. The statewide HIE, the South Carolina Health Information Exchange (SCHIEx), is governed by the South Carolina Health Information Exchange Council, a public-private body. The state Office of Research and Statistics will provide staff assistance to the Council and will promulgate […]

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    March 31, 2010 | Filed under: South Carolina
  • South Carolina’s HIE Strategic Plan utilizes the existing South Carolina Health Information Exchange (SCHIEx) and the state government’s ongoing commitment to HIE.

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    March 31, 2010 | Filed under: South Carolina
  • South Carolina regulation mandates incident and accident reporting to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control as part of the state’s quality oversight of licensed facilities.   Authorizing statutes or regulations South Carolina Code of Regulations, Chapter 61, Article 16, Section 206 (see page 25)

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    March 17, 2009 | Filed under: South Carolina