Origin of hieMiddle English hien ; from Old English higian, to strive, hasten ; from Indo-European base an unverified form ??igh-, fast from source Russian sigat', to spring
intr. & tr.v.hied, hie·ing or hy·ing , hies
Origin of hieMiddle English hien, from Old English h&imacron;gian, to strive, exert oneself.
(third-person singular simple present hies, present participle hying or hieing, simple past and past participle hied)
From Old English hīġian. Cognate with Dutch hijgen (“to pant”), German heichen (“to choke, gasp for breath”), Danish hige (“to aspire, long”).
hie - Computer Definition
(Health Information Exchange) A service that enables exchange of healthcare information between hospitals and regions. The information is not only used to provide medical data for people who move to a different geographic area, but also to provide statistics for public health in general. There are many regional health information organizations (RHIOs) throughout the U.S. that are involved in health information exchange (HIE), and the terms RHIO and HIE are used synonymously. See NHIN and healthcare IT.