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THINC is the neutral, non-profit organization that convenes the community and articulates a collaborative vision for improving  the quality, safety and
efficiency of health care in the Hudson Valley. THINC starts with the
foundation of health information technology, then builds on that base
for quality improvement that benefits the entire community.

  • Brings together the payers of health care to align payment
    incentives for quality improvement;
  • Sponsors a secure health information exchange network;
  • Supports providers in the adoption and use of interoperable
    electronic health records;
  • Offers leadership and guidance to the provider community by
    managing population health improvement activities like care
    coordination and adoption of new care models; and
  • Partners in research to measure, evaluate and disseminate
    the work.


Electronic Health Records Installations:


Adoption rate of 77% across Hudson Valley


353 PCPs achieved meaningful use via REC
Health Information Exchange:

Two Regional Health Information Organizations To Merge, Improving Healthcare Across Hudson Valley, Catskills, and Southern Tier, click here to learn more

228, 487 individuals in master patient index  as of January 30, 2014

Receiving 220,000 clinical and 620,000 demographic transactions per month

Primary Care Practice Transformation:


Capital-Hudson Valley is one of seven regions for CMS’s Comprehensive Primary Care initiative

300 PCPs and six health plans participating in CPC

Hudson Valley News:

 THINC is hiring. Click here to learn about employment opportunities.

 NYS DOH Announces THINC as a Contractor for Population Health Improvement Program (PHIP).  Click here to learn more.