Health Information Technology


The NC DHHS Office of Health Information Technology actively engages in initiatives which contribute to the proliferation of clinical and administrative health information across the state to improve the health, safety and well-being of all North Carolinians.


To be an active partner with public and private health care stakeholders in the design and delivery of innovative digital health solutions which provide high quality, cost effective services for all North Carolinians.


  • Advocate for the patient and for the provider - Do the Right Thing
  • Commitment to data quality, service, security and privacy
  • Seek Opportunities for Innovation and Collaboration
  • Respectful Transparency
  • Performance Driven

Health Information Technology in North Carolina

The rapid growth and advances across the digital health eco-system continue to transform the delivery of health care across our state. North Carolina has a number of nationally recognized leaders and institutions, in both the public and private sector, which well-positions us to be leaders in digital health. We have common goals across the eco-system of increasing quality, managing costs, equipping health care providers, and delivering exceptional patient experiences.

The NC Office of Health Information Technology is committed to being an engaged and active partner in the discovery, development, implementation, and advancement of digital health technologies which make positive contributions in achieving our shared goals which promote the health and well-being of all North Carolinas.


Health Information Exchange Authority
Health Information Technology Annual Report, January 2016

Public Health and Meaningful Use


Related Links

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology



Director: Corey Mercy

Mailing Address:
2015 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-2015

Physical Address:  
Anderson Building 
695 Palmer Drive
Raleigh, NC 27603