The New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC, pronounced “Nice”) is a not-for-profit organization, working to improve healthcare for all New Yorkers through innovative health information technology (health IT).

Founded in 2006 by healthcare leaders, in partnership with the New York State Department of Health, the New York eHealth Collaborative receives funding from state and federal grants to serve as the focal point for health IT in the State of New York.

NYeC's mission is to develop policies and standards, assist healthcare providers in making the shift to electronic health records, and coordinate the creation of a network to connect healthcare providers statewide.

The New York State Department of Health has appointed NYeC to be the state-designated entity for the SHIN-NY, an innovative "network of networks” that interconnects New York's eight regional health information organizations (Qualified Entities).

NYeC also runs the New York Digital Health Accelerator ( with The Partnership Fund for New York City. This program enables high-potential companies to develop pilot projects in cooperation with potential customers to help meet the health technology needs of providers.

NYeC is also an ONC designated Regional Extension Center (REC), a program that helps healthcare providers choose the right software and learn how to use it effectively. NYeC also offers Healthcare Advisory Professional Services to assist providers in implementing the technologies and processes to improve healthcare delivery in New York State.
The New Jersey Tech Council provides business development, education, networking and recognition opportunities as well as advocacy for the state and region’s technology businesses. By collectively representing tech, life science and tech-related companies and organizations as well as the professional firms that support them, the Tech Council has the unique ability to:
  • Offer opportunities to learn, network and grow
  • Recognize and promote member companies and their leadership
  • Nurture the tech and STEM talent pipeline critical to growth
  • Provide access to financing sources and additional resources
  • Advocate and support public policy which strengthens our ecosystem
Founded in 1996, and now celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the Council is a private, nonprofit membership organization, which supports the tech, innovation, and entrepreneurial ecosystems across the state and region. It is among the largest and most respected trade organizations of its kind nationwide.
The New Jersey Health Information Management Association (NJHIMA) is a component state association of the American Health Information Management Association ( (AHIMA). Our mission is to promote the excellence of NJHIMA members in the management of health information through professional development, innovation, and leadership.
Since 1935, NYHIMA has been dedicated to promoting the professional excellence of its members through education, advocacy, and alliances, thereby ensuring quality health information to benefit the public, the health consumer, providers, and other users of clinical data.

NYHIMA is a non-profit organization whose membership consists of Health Information Management professionals employed in hospitals and other health care settings throughout New York State. Our members possess training in the principles of health information management and are certified and/or registered by the American Health Information Management Association ( (AHIMA).

Within NYHIMA, there are nine regions called Component Local Associations ( (CLAs). The CLAs provide networking and educational opportunities to members at the local level.

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