Patients & Families

  1. New Funding Announcements

    On May 9th ONC announced two new funding opportunities at the 2016 Health Datapalooza, totaling $1.5 million, to advance common standards: the High Impact Pilots (HIP) and Standards Exploration Awards (SEA).

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  2. ONC Announces New Challenge

    The Move Health Data Forward Challenge incentivizes API solutions that enable individuals to move their health data.

    Health Data Forward Challenge
  3. Registration Open

    The ONC Annual Meeting will be held May 31 – June 2, 2016, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

    2016 ONC Annual meeting
  4. Interoperability Pledge

    Companies that provide 90 percent of electronic health records used by hospitals nationwide as well as the top five largest health care systems in the country have agreed to implement three core commitments: consumer access, no blocking/ensuring transparency, and standards.

    Interoperability Pledge
  5. Interoperability Roadmap

    ONC collaborates with the public and private sector on interoperability to enable safe and secure exchange of electronic health information to improve the nation's health.

    Interoperability Path

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