Lincoln Land Health Information Exchange (LLHIE) Launches New Website


Springfield, ILLincoln Land Health Information Exchange (LLHIE) announced today the launch of a new website that will educate healthcare providers and patients about the benefits of secure clinical information sharing in central Illinois. 

The website is

“LLHIE is dedicated to advancing the delivery and coordination of patient care across the region,” said David Graham, MD, chair of the LLHIE board of managers and also senior vice president and chief information officer of Springfield-based Memorial Health System.  “This new website covers the services we offer, like the secure electronic delivery of physician orders, results and referrals.”

LLHIE was founded by area healthcare providers to continually improve healthcare quality and safety across central Illinois.  It eases the exchange of medical information between hospitals, physicians and other members of a patient’s healthcare team.

LLHIE’s five voting and founding members are Blessing Health System of Quincy as well as Hospital Sisters Health System, Memorial Health System, SIU HealthCare and Springfield Clinic, all of Springfield. Prairie Cardiovascular of Springfield is a nonvoting member of the LLHIE. 

“Electronic exchange is more reliable and efficient than paper,” said Steve Lawrence, executive director of LLHIE.  “We can get a patient’s lab results, past medical history, medications and other important clinical information from one provider to another quickly and securely.” 

This network, and others like it nationwide, can improve patient safety, reduce redundant tests and procedures and significantly improve how information is shared about a patient’s condition, Lawrence said.

About Lincoln Land HIE

The Lincoln Land Health Information Exchange (LLHIE) is an electronic clinical information network that advances the delivery and coordination of patient care across the region.  It does this by enabling quick and secure exchange of lab results, past medical history, medications and a variety of other tests among hospitals, physician practices, extended care facilities and other entities in the care community.    Visit the LLHIE website at for more information.