The Great Plains Health Data Network (GPHDN) consists of 11 participating health centers, consisting of 70 sites, collectively serving over 
98,000 patients. The participating health centers are located in underserved and low-income urban and rural areas across North Dakota,
South Dakota and Wyoming. The health centers are non-profit, community-driven clinics that provide high-quality primary and preventive care to
all individuals, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay. 

The GPHDN was established in August 2019 and is committed to improving patient access to their health information; heighten data security; improve
provider satisfaction; promote interoperability; and support value-based care and contracts. 
The following community health centers are participating in the GPHDN: