Price Chopper/Market 32 pharmacies connect prescription, immunization data to Hixny

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Price Chopper/Market 32 pharmacies connect prescription, immunization data to Hixny

By Sandra Levy - 10/17/2019

Hixny and Price Chopper/Market 32 announced today that the New York-based supermarket chain with 82 pharmacies is the first in the state to connect to Hixny's health information exchange to securely share prescription and immunization data from stores in the six states in which they operate.

The partnership also makes Hixny the first health information exchange in New York to provide access to pharmacy data contributed across multiple state lines. With patient consent, Hixny-connected healthcare providers can view what has been prescribed, whether their patients have picked up those prescriptions and if they've received routine immunizations (flu, pneumonia, shingles, etc.) at the pharmacy. Consumers can also access their information using Hixny's patient portal to give them an even more complete view of their medical records.

"Knowing how critical pharmacy information is in helping patients to manage their health was the impetus for expanding our partnership with Hixny. As advocates for patient centered care, we believe that making prescription and immunization data securely accessible to health care providers via Hixny will close a big gap in patient care," said Kathy Bryant, Price Chopper/Market 32's vice president of pharmacy.

Of the 82 Price Chopper pharmacies that are now contributing data through Hixny, 53 are located in New York, while 29 are spread across Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Vermont.

"Prescription and immunization information is a critical part of patient care," said Hixny CEO Mark McKinney. "The partnership with Price Chopper pharmacies allows us to connect more people and providers with complete and up-to-date data. This is game-changing healthcare and we are pleased to be at the forefront of it."