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HIO

(Health Information Organization) An organization that provides a health information exchange (HIE). Similar to regional health information exchange (RHIO). See HIE.
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The HIO said it was satisfied with the functioning of the healthcare system during the first five weeks of operation, noting that day by day the public is becoming increasingly accustomed to it.
According to the HIO deputy director, Efi Kamitsi, Gesy hospitals were operating smoothly and without significant problems.
The whole thing is a chaotic mess which is indefensible given the time the HIO had to complete its preparations.
Potamitis also said that some drugs that do not require prescriptions are not included on the HIO list, around 200-300 products.
"We are hoping that everything will be ready for the launching of the scheme on June 1," said senior officer of the HIO, Angelos Tropis, but added "improvements will be made constantly."
Earlier in the year, the HIO had said that 130 paediatricians would be needed to ensure a smooth start to healthcare reform.
More details on HIO web site www.hio.gov.eg Bidders are advised to verify the type of the requested auxiliary works prior to buying tender documents.
Gesy offers children under 18 a choice of 70 paediatricians with whom they can register, even though the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) had claimed earlier in the year that a total of 130 paediatricians would be needed to ensure a smooth start to the healthcare reform.
In an announcement, the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) said that the members of the public may register with Gesy either on their own or through another person with access to the electronic system.
A technical glitch preventing some people from registering for the national health scheme (Gesy) is expected to be resolved sometime in the next few days, a Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) official has told the Cyprus Mail.
Supply of medical earphones for all HIO beneficiaries at all HIO branches including schools students and children for two years.
Under Gesy, it is proposed all healthcare professionals who register will be able to offer their usual services and be paid by the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO).