Health IT Certification

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A New Window into How Certified Health IT Is Being Used

Michael Wittie | July 15, 2021

In section 3009A of the 21st Century Cures Act of 2016 (Cures Act), Congress created the “Electronic Health Record Reporting Program” and required health IT developers participating in the ONC Health IT Certification Program to publicly report certain information about their certified health IT products consistent with a new “condition of maintaining certification.” The goal of this program is to bolster market competitiveness by making publicly available comparative information on the capabilities and uses of certified EHR systems.

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New Resources to Help Health IT Developers Understand ONC Cures Act Final Rule Requirements

Rob Anthony | January 4, 2021

As the compliance dates for the 21st Century Cures Act: Information Blocking, Interoperability, and the ONC Health IT Certification Program Final Rule (ONC Cures Act Final Rule) draw nearer, ONC has created additional resources to assist the health IT developer community. These resources include a consolidated view of key dates, a criterion-by-criterion resource for the 2015 Edition Cures Update, and a deep dive into forthcoming certified application programming interface (API) requirements.

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A New Leader at the Helm of the ONC Health IT Certification Program

Steven Posnack | October 28, 2019

I’m pleased to announce that Robert Anthony recently transitioned into the role of the director of the Certification & Testing Division in ONC’s Office of Technology, where he will oversee the ONC Health IT Certification Program. Rob previously served as a senior policy advisor in the Office of Clinical Quality and Safety and as senior strategic advisor in the Office of Technology at ONC.

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Certified Health IT Product List (CHPL) Data Challenge

Steven Posnack | July 10, 2018

The ONC Certified Health IT Product List is the authoritative, comprehensive listing of health information technology (health IT) products that have been tested and certified under the ONC Health IT Certification Program. Health IT products are listed on the CHPL after eligible components have been successfully tested by an ONC-Authorized Testing Laboratory and certified by an ONC-Authorized Certification Body.
The CHPL contains detailed data on certified health IT, such as the certification criteria to which the health IT has been certified,

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