• Health Care Data Collection

    Health Care Data Collection

  • NAHDO 33rd

    NAHDO 33rd

    October 10-12, 2018

    Deer Valley, UT

  • NAHDO's 32nd Annual Meeting

    NAHDO's 32nd Annual Meeting

    Thanks to everyone who made this years meeting a success!

    Slides are available now at https://www.nahdo.org/annual_conference

  • ICD-9/ICD-10 Transition Conversion Toolkit

    ICD-9/ICD-10 Transition Conversion Toolkit

  • APCD Council

    APCD Council

    The APCD council is a federation of government, private, non-profit, and academic organizations focused on improving the development and deployment of state-based all payer claims databases (APCD).  Click HERE for more information on APCDs and the Council.

Welcome to NAHDO

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The National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO) is a national non-profit membership and educational association dedicated to improving health care data collection and use. NAHDO’s members include state and private health data organizations that maintain statewide health care databases and stakeholders of these databases. NAHDO is a cofounder and member of the All Payer Claims Database (APCD) Council, which provides leadership and technical assistance to states implementing APCDs. For more information, please visit the APCD Council website. 

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Recent News

Jun 11 2018 - 5:05pm

The link below captures  a brief overview of MONAHRQ application, information on MONAHRQs open source communities, and an overview of Pantheon’s support services that are available since AHRQ officially sunsetted the program in 2017.

Read the brief here 

Apr 13 2018 - 2:35pm

The good news is that we are hearing a lot about population health improvement from policy makers and others outside of the typical public health arena. 

Read more at https://www.nahdo.online/single-post/2018/04/11/Cross-system-Data-and-Population-Health 

Mar 9 2018 - 1:52pm

A bipartisan group of senators, led by Bill Cassidy, asked for feedback from patients, providers and insurers about why price transparency is so limited in the health care market. View the NAHDO/ APCD Council letter here.