The Greater Louisville e-Health Survey 2007
A survey of  the Louisville Health Information Exchange, Inc. (LouHIE)
Conducted by Noblis, Inc., UofL's School of Public Health and Information Sciences and IQS Research, Inc.
Technology provided by Technology Consulting, Inc. and VisPex Association, Inc.




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Health Information Products and Services Survey


This survey is for people representing departments, organizations, companies or government groups in one of the following categories:

  • Health information infrastructure technologies including health record banking technologies

  • Health information standards 

  • Health information products/services for healthcare organizations

  • Health information products/services for physicians and other healthcare professionals

  • Health information products/services for health plans

  • Health information products/services for employers

  • Health information products/services for individual consumers

  • Systems Integrator

  • Other health information related products/services

If you do not represent one of these categories, you can select a different survey.

If you do represent one of these categories, please continue. By completing this survey, you will ensure that your perspective is considered in the overall health record banking business and technical plan developed.  If you are interrupted part way through this survey, you can select “finish later.”  The system will save your answers and give you instructions so that you can return later to complete the survey.  

When you are ready, please press “continue”




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Technology provided for this project through VisPlex Association, Inc., Technology Consulting Inc., University of Louisville, the Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (2004-6), Kentucky Legislature under SB 2 (2005-6), Kentucky Department for Public Health and the Kentucky Hospital Association (2005-6).