Following our release of Key Considerations for Health Information Organizations Supporting Meaningful Use Stage 2 Transitions of Care, today we’ve posted our second interoperability deep dive document for Health Information Exchange Organizations (HIOs), Key Considerations for Health Information Organizations Supporting Meaningful Use Stage 2 Patient Electronic Access Measures.
The State HIE Program Policy Office and the Regional Extension Center Program are excited to report that the full suite of five Interoperability Training Modules to support the attainment of Stage 2 Meaningful Use measures is now available at HealthIT.gov. Designed for ONC grantees, providers and implementers, these five modules help guide stakeholders from the elementary level of EHR interoperability all the way to how the technical details of the process are designed and to meeting Stage 2 MU data exchange requirements.
Online Interoperability Criteria Training Course is Now Live
The State HIE Program Policy Office and the Regional Extension Center Program recently issued Interoperability Basics, a 75-minute online training course offering in-depth information to:
Read how ONC used all of the tools in the toolbox to meet its mission and mandate over the past year.
Director of the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR), Leon Rodriguez, discusses the privacy and security of patient health information stored in electronic health records, and the role of OCR in enforcing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy and Security Rules.
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