miércoles, 28 de septiembre de 2016

$1.5 Million to Improve Information Flow for Patients and Providers

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National Health IT Week: Day Three

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$1.5 Million to Improve Information Flow for Patients and Providers
Today ONC announces seven recipients of the High Impact Pilot (HIP) and Standards Exploration Award (SEA)Cooperative Agreement programs. These programs are designed to improve the flow of health information to make sure it is available where and when it is needed for health and care. The HIP and SEA programs provide a total of $1.5 million to support pilot projects from around the country to create a technology and standards-based solution to address a variety of challenges that slow the exchange of health information. Read more for the list of awardees and their projects.
REMINDER: Draft 2017 Interoperability Standards Advisory Open for Public Comment
Last month, ONC published the draft 2017 Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA), a coordinated catalog of standards and implementation specifications available for use by the health IT industry to meet interoperability needs. Public comments will be accepted until 5 p.m. ET onMonday, October 24, 2016. View and comment on the new online version of the ISA. These comments will be used to inform the final 2017 ISA that will be released later this year.
Interoperability Proving Ground Continues to Grow, Improve
The Interoperability Proving Ground (IPG) was launched earlier this year and has been met with much enthusiasm. Since it’s go-live, the IPG has grown from 30 active projects across the country to more than 200. More features have been added during the last couple of months, including subscription services, tagging, and an improved map. If you have questions or would like to learn more about the IPG you can email ONC.techlab@hhs.govVisit the IPG today!
ONC’s Health IT Certification Program: New Overview Published in Health IT Playbook
ONC’s Health IT Certification Program published a Health IT Certification Program Overview in the recently released Health IT Playbook. The overview explains ONC’s role and the roles and responsibilities of participants and those seeking certification. This overview reflects the program’s ongoing commitment to working transparently and ensuring that stakeholders fully understand the structure of the program.
Did You Miss Out? A Message from President Obama and More
Health IT Playbook demoTOMORROW: Model Privacy Notice Twitter Chat
Thursday, September 29
FRIDAY: Health IT Playbook Demo
Friday, September 30
2 – 3p.m. ET
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