What is the Arizona HIE Marketplace?
The Arizona Health Information Exchange (HIE) Marketplace is a program established to assist any willing Arizona health care provider in identifying viable options to participate in the secure exchange of health information. This first phase of the program is to offer the services of approved health information service providers (HISPs) that facilitate Direct Exchange – secure messaging between two trusted entities according to nationally recognized standards - enabling Arizona health care providers to exchange patient health care information in a secure, simple and inexpensive manner over the Internet. AzHeC has successfully completed the required review and approval process. View approved HISP vendors.
The HIE Marketplace identifies and publishes health information exchange (HIE) options, including Direct Exchange, through an ongoing review and approval process to ensure that Arizona health care providers are able to choose the best HIE option for their facility or practice based on the full and fair disclosure of capabilities of each qualified HISP vendor. For more information on the vendor application and review process, click on For Vendors below.
The HIE Marketplace is administered by AzHeC under the direction the State of Arizona and the Arizona Strategic Enterprise Technology office (ASET). ASET is responsible for the implementation of the Arizona HIE Cooperative Agreement grant program through the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC).
For more information for providers or health care entities, visit the For Providers page.
For more information for vendors, visit the For Vendors page.