Updated questions for the 2019 Review and Comment Period
As with the previous iterations of the Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA), posing questions has served as a valuable way to prompt continued dialogue with stakeholders for continuous improvement of the ISA. In addition to the questions and requests for feedback below, stakeholders are encouraged to review content within the sections and specific Interoperability Needs to provide feedback, or submit requests for new Interoperability Needs, as necessary.
Historical questions and requests for stakeholder feedback have been moved for viewing history, but comments on and responses to these questions remain on this page, or may be included in comment letters received posted as comments elsewhere on the ISA.
- 19-1: In what ways has the ISA been useful for you/your organization as a resource? ONC seeks to better understand how the ISA is being used, by whom, and the type of support it may be providing for implementers and policy-makers.
- 19-2: Are there additional features or functionality ONC could make to the ISA website that would enhance the user experience?
- 19-3: The adoption level, along with other informative characteristics about standards/implementation specifications, was introduced to the ISA in August, 2015, and currently represents ONC’s “best guess” at current adoption based on a number of factors. Is the adoption level characteristic as it stands valuable information for stakeholders, or should it be retired or replaced with other information?
- 19-4. The specialty care/settings pages were added in 2019, and represent a collection of related Interoperability Needs that pertain to a particular setting or type of specialty care (i.e., pediatrics, treatment for opioid use disorder). Are there additional specialty care/settings specific collections that would be beneficial for inclusion?