HHIC has collected information from 1994 and has grown to become the foundation for healthcare reporting needs. HHIC’s Data Center includes Hawaii’s only statewide all-payer, all-visit hospital and ER databases. Here are some of the key healthcare data users.

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Key Healthcare Data Users

  • Hospitals/Providers
  • Public Health
  • Federal Agencies
  • Community Organizers
  • Researchers
  • Policy Makers
  • State Agencies
  • Payers/Insurers

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KEY RESEARCH USING HHIC DATA

HOSPITAL RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE
THE MUTUAL VALUE OF CLAIMS PLUS CLINICAL HEALTHCARE DATA

Based on research conducted between Hawaii Health Information Corporation, The Queen’s Medical Center and the John A. Burns School of Medicine adding laboratory data to hospital administrative claims data significantly improve the predictive ability to determine inpatient mortality.

PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH
HIGH RATES OF DEMENTIA HOSPITALIZATIONS IN JAPANESE AND NATIVE HAWAIIANS

Using Hawaii Health Information Corporation hospital data, researchers from the University of Hawaii found higher rates of dementia among hospitalized Native Hawaiians. Dementia was also reported at a younger age than other non-Hawaiians.

HHIC DATA IN THE COMMUNITY

PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES
HELMET USE AMONG MOTORCYCLE AND MOPED RIDERS

The enhanced HHIC/EMS/DOT data set provided objective and powerful evidence of the protective benefit of helmets for motorcyclists and moped riders.

See HHIC in the new and published articles for a full listing of all the ways HHIC has collaborated with other community members to work to improve healthcare across our islands.

HHIC HOSPITAL COMPARE
Compare Hawaii’s hospitals performance based on quality and cost data powered by MONAHRQ.

HHIC Compare website was created using the MONAHRQ application developed by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Services.


Testimonials

Testimonials

Public Health Values our Data

“We would be hard-pressed to serve our public health role in injury surveillance without HHIC data. Access to data at both the inpatient and emergency department level enables us to describe the burden of nonfatal injuries at the state, county and sub-county levels. This timely and reliable data has been a major resource for efforts at planning, implementing and evaluating injury prevention programs throughout the state. ”
Dan Galanis, PhD
Epidemiologist
IPCS, Hawaii State Department of Health