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Developed by the HIMSS 2013-2014 HIE and I&S Committees, this white paper examines the current state of healthcare data sharing, and provides truly insightful recommendations toward building a culture of interoperability. Read the press release here!
A comprehensive interactive resource for national and state-level HIT initiatives, including locations of HIE organizations, academic HIT programs, state legislation updates, Davies Award winners, and much more!
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This letter emphasizes HIMSS’ commitment to interoperability that leads to information exchange, and supports the principle that over the entire course of the MU program, Stage 2 outcomes and the 2014 Edition CEHRT are important drivers toward successfully achieving positive transformation of the U.S. healthcare system.
This ONC Fact sheet on the 2014 Edition Release 2 EHR Certification Final Rule provides information on the “ten optional 2014 Edition EHR certification criteria and two revised 2014 Edition EHR certification criteria” that were adopted “that provide flexibility, clarity, and enhance health information exchange” in a convenient table format.
Today, Access My Records, Inc. announced its patent-pending technology to provide hospitals, HIEs and healthcare software vendors with a “low-touch” solution to “auto-create” a patient portal originated from standardized HL7 patient documents (structured CCDs or unstructured CDAs) sent over Secure Direct Messaging.