We Link People to Data

IEHIO’s purpose is to connect people with data by coordinating data sharing services not only to improve treatment at the point of care, but also to address the psycho-social determinants of health to support whole-person care efforts that improve the health of all residents in the Inland Empire.

IEHIO is a non-profit organization supporting interoperability for healthcare and the community.

IEHIO Projects

Health Information Exchange

IEHIO is partnered with Manifest MedEx (MX) to coordinate data sharing within Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. MX currently shares data among 600 healthcare organizations across California, including hospitals, health plans, ACOs, and other ambulatory groups. We are extending an invitation for ambulatory practices to access MX. This is at no cost to ambulatory practices. MX offers access to three products that will thoroughly address your practice’s data sharing needs.

Sign Up For Manifest MedEx
MX Demonstration & Onboarding Assistance


In partnership with IEHP, Inland SoCal United Way, and Desert Healthcare District, IEHIO coordinates the sharing of community resources through ConnectIE. ConnectIE is a user-friendly Resource Platform that connects community resources to the public. The project’s goal is to build more efficient paths between people looking for help and organizations that provide help.

ConnectIE for Healthcare Providers
ConnectIE Demo & Training

Community Information Network

IEHIO is partnered with ConnectIE to coordinate the Community Information Network (CIN) which connects various organizations and individuals within the community via a contracted trusted network. Current CIN member include but aren’t limited to IEHIO, IEHP, 211+, Symba Center, & Loma Linda University. Members in this trusted network are then allowed to engage in HIPAA compliant data sharing with other members easily sharing information and resources that include but are not limited to patient’s social determinants of health, patient social care referral history, and patient’s contact information.

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CIN Scoping Discussion

Community Resource Platform

In partnership with Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), Inland SoCal United Way 211+, and Desert Healthcare District (DHCD), the IEHIO coordinates the sharing of community resources. IEHP, IEHIO, 211, and DHCD are all committed to making human services program information more accessible to health care providers for their patients. ConnectIE has validated information provided by community-based organizations. Click here to learn more.

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Riverside County Medical Association
San Bernardino County Medical Society logo; name in a circular fashion surrounding a snake and wand on a dark blue background