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New contract signed with U.S. health information exchange

14 December 2016

Orion Health signs new contract with U.S. health information exchange

Orion Health (OHE:NZX/ASX) announced today it has signed a new expanded agreement with Keystone Health Information Exchange (KeyHIE) in Pennsylvania. KeyHIE is an existing customer that currently uses Orion Health’s platform to enable information to be shared between healthcare providers.

KeyHIE is managed by Geisinger Health System and is one of the largest and most advanced Health Information Exchanges in the U.S. It currently supports approximately five million patient records. KeyHIE’s customer base includes 19 hospitals, over 250 physician practices and 95 long-term care facilities.

The new subscription based agreement builds on the prior arrangement and allows KeyHIE to continue using Orion Health’s platform. This agreement contributes to Orion Health’s outlook for the 2017 financial year.

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