Join the ONC Health IT Certification Program for the upcoming quarterly ONC Health IT Certification Program Developer Roundtable. These public meetings are open to all health IT developers, regardless of their participation in the ONC Health IT Certification Program. During these meetings, ONC leads discussions tailored for the health IT developer community on topics such as Certification Program updates, upcoming certification deadlines, and developer requirements. Presentation Slides [PDF - 1,148 KB] Agenda
2015 Edition Cures Update 2022 Requirements
Real World Testing
§ 170.315(g)(10) Standardized Application Programming Interface (API) for Patient and Population Services
Test Procedure Live Demonstration
Inferno Strategy Update
NOV 15, 12:00-1:30PM ET
OCT 27, 2:00-3:00PM ET
Got questions about information sharing under ONC’s information blocking regulations? Join ONC’s experts for our virtual office hours on September 22, October 6, and October 27 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET to ask us about the information blocking regulations.
SEPTEMBER 9, SEPTEMBER 16 AND SEPTEMBER 23, 2022
As in years past, this year’s all-virtual 2022 ONC Tech Forum will feature industry perspectives on the progress made in health IT over the past year, and highlight how we can continue to advance health technology to improve patient care, health equity, data exchange, and interoperability. What: #ONCTechForum When: September 9, 16 and 23, 2022
SEPTEMBER 14 AND SEPTEMBER 15, 2022
Is your organization using the SRA Tool to help conduct a security risk assessment (SRA)? ONC and OCR are hosting two webinars in September about the Security Risk Assessment Tool. Join us to learn how to review and update an assessment from a previous session, to receive a basic overview of the tool, hear highlights of enhancements made in version 3.3. There will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions and give feedback during the session. There are two dates available for this webinar, and registration is limited to 3,000 participants for each presentation. The presentation will be the same for both sessions. A recording will be made available after the final webinar session. Register for a session: September 14, 2:00-3:00pm ET September 15, 11:00-12pm ET Download the SRA Tool →
August 16, 2022 12:00PM – 4:30PM
The use of technology to enable electronic consent (eConsent) for how and when a person’s electronic health information is shared is central to placing patients in control of decisions regarding their data. During this half-day workshop on August 16th at 12:00-4:30 pm ET, participants will explore technical standards and approaches to enable capturing, maintaining, and communicating a patient’s consent decision for sharing electronic health information throughout different life stages, within the context of applicable law. Participants will also explore capturing consent decisions to share EHI between healthcare providers and other non-HIPAA covered entities such as schools, courts, social services providers, employers etc. Event Pre-Work Packet [PDF - 305KB] Recordings for the plenary sessions and select breakout sessions are available in the agenda below. Agenda
Thursday, August 4th: 1:00pm – 5:00pm EST
The EHI Sharing Workshop has reached capacity and registration is closed. Please stay tuned for more EHI Sharing discussion opportunities. Join ONC for a healthcare provider-focused listening session and guided discussion on opportunities and challenges related to sharing Electronic Health Information (EHI). During this workshop, participants will explore approaches and lessons learned related to sharing whatever EHI is needed, when and where it is needed, within the context of applicable laws. Sharing electronic health information (EHI) when and where it is needed, while honoring patients’ privacy rights and preferences, requires thoughtful implementation of health IT-supported workflows and processes. This listening session and guided discussion will look at technical opportunities and challenges related to sharing Electronic Health Information (EHI) from health care providers’ perspectives. During this workshop, participants will explore technical approaches and implementation lessons learned by health care providers who are sharing a wide range of EHI when and where it is needed, within the context of applicable laws.
July 19, 1:30-3:00pm EST
ONC is excited to announce the launch of the ONC Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Information Exchange Learning Forum, which brings together health care providers, community-based organizations, government, payers, health information exchange networks, IT platform developers, innovators, and other partners to share lessons learned, promising practices, and challenges related to exchanging SDOH data. Join us for our monthly webinars and smaller group sessions between March and July 2022 as we discuss priority topics, such as governance, technical infrastructure, interoperability, financing, and policy considerations. Those interested can participate in the Learning Forum monthly webinars and opportunities for follow-up small group discussions. ONC Social Determinants of Health Information Exchange Learning Forum Primer [PDF - 256 KB]
June 29, 12:00-1:30 pm ET
Join the ONC Health IT Certification Program for the quarterly ONC Health IT Certification Program Developer Roundtable. These public meetings are open to all health IT developers, regardless of their participation in the ONC Health IT Certification Program. During these meetings, ONC leads discussions tailored for the health IT developer community on topics such as Certification Program updates, upcoming certification deadlines, and developer requirements Agenda
Standards Version Advancement Process (SVAP) Updates
Refresher on the Process
New Standards Approved for 2022
Updates to ONC Test Tools
Attestations Condition and Maintenance of Certification – April 2022 Submissions
View recording | Passcode: AFE4YZ+6
Download event presentation [PPTX - 2.64 MB]
February 2-3 and April 13-14
The 2022 ONC Annual Meeting will be held in two parts – with education sessions on February 2-3 and a variety of dynamic and engaging panel sessions and exhibits on April 13-14. February 2-3, 2022: Education Sessions and Office Hours:
Learn about TEFCA, Information Sharing, USCDI, and more!
Recordings and slides available below.
April 13-14, 2022: Panel Sessions, Exhibit Hall, and Networking:
Join us for dynamic and engaging conversations about health IT and health equity, public health, patient access, and health information exchange.
Follow the conversation! #ONC2022
Note: you must register for the April sessions even if you registered for and attended the education sessions in February.
April 15, 2022 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
The ONC Health IT Certification Program will be hosting a month of Inferno office hour sessions for health IT developers. Health IT developers implementing and certifying to the ONC Certification criterion at 170.315(g)(10) are encouraged to attend. The Inferno team will cover the release of Inferno Framework, including (g)(10) Standardized API Test Kit. You can learn more about the changes that are part of this release by reading the release notes in the (g)(10) Standardized API Test Kit GitHub repository. The prior release of the Inferno Program Edition (Release 1.9) will be hosted on inferno.healthit.gov/inferno for at least the next two months to support health IT developers’ transition to the new version of the tool. We encourage all Inferno users to visit and test the new Inferno Framework and please continue to provide feedback on the § 170.315(g)(10) Standardized API Test Kit GitHub page, engage the developer community on the chat.fhir.org Inferno page, and send ONC any inquiries using the ONC Health IT Feedback and Inquiry Portal.
March 9, 2022 From 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM ET
The ONC Health IT Certification Program held the second of a series of quarterly roundtable meetings for health IT developers on March 9, 2022 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM ET . This public meeting that was open to all health IT developers, regardless of their participation in the ONC Health IT Certification Program. During these meetings, ONC leads discussions tailored for the health IT developer community on topics such as program updates, certification deadlines, and developer requirements. Round Table Slides [PDF - 3.4 MB] Agenda:
February 24 1:00pm to 2:30pm Eastern
ONC issued an RFI on January 21, 2022 seeking input from the public about electronic prior authorization standards, implementation specifications and certification criteria that could be adopted within the ONC Health IT Certification Program. Join us for office hours on February 24 from 1:00-2:30 pm ET to hear more information about the RFI, the process for commenting, and to ask your questions.
February 9, 2022 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) hosted a webinar and workshop on February 9th to raise awareness for the Patient Unified Lookup System for Emergencies (PULSE) Initiative. The event was an effort to create national resilience through access to health information during disasters, including public health emergencies and natural disasters. Peers engaged in discussions on the current state of the PULSE Community technical solution, implementation and use considerations, promising practices, and enhancement opportunities. Additionally, there was a presentations from state partners who shared their experiences with the implementation and use of PULSE during emergency response events. The session agenda included:
An overview of the PULSE Initiative
A deep dive on the PULSE Community technical solution
State perspectives on PULSE Implementations
Breakout group discussions on challenges and opportunities
Ideas for the future of PULSE Community
View the Presentation Slides [PDF - 4.8MB]
PULSE Community Listening Session & Workshop Summary [PDF - 730KB]
View PULSE Community Listening Session & Workshop Summary [PDF - 154 KB]
January 14, 2022 from 12:00 pm to 4:30 pm ET
An ONC Artificial Intelligence Showcase – Seizing the Opportunities and Managing the Risks of Use of AI in Health IT Join us on January 14, 2022 from 12:00 pm to 4:30 pm ET, as we spotlight how federal agencies and industry partners are championing the design, development, and deployment of responsible, trustworthy AI in health IT. Watch updates from federal agencies working to support AI innovation, while attempting to mitigate the risks of AI in health care, including its potential for unethical use and exacerbating systemic biases. Additionally, there will be presentations and demos from industry partners who are on the cutting edge of responsibly deploying AI in their organizations. A panel discussion will also be held at the end of the day. View Agenda [PDF - 246 KB] View Presentation Slides [PDF - 12 MB] Watch Event Recording
December 16, 2021 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET
On December 16 from 2:00 – 5:00 pm ET, ONC hosted a webinar, led by members of the Lantern Project, to discuss recent efforts to advance patient access through standards-based APIs. Through the Lantern Project, ONC has worked with stakeholders on proposed guidance for certified API developers to conform to Cures Final Rule requirements on FHIR endpoint list publication. Participants learned more about Lantern and discussed the proposed guidance on making endpoint list publication more standard and uniform. Please note: in the attached slide deck and recording the e-mail address, email@example.com, is no longer active. Please e-mail LanternSupport@groups.mitre.org, Instead. View presentation slides [PDF - 2.8 MB]
Friday, December 10
Got questions about information sharing under ONC’s information blocking regulations? Join ONC’s experts for our virtual office hours on Friday, December 10 from 2:00 – 3:30 to ask us about the information blocking regulations in ONC’s 21st Century Cures Act final rule.
December 9, 2021 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET
Join the ONC Health IT Certification Program on December 9, 2021 from 1:00 – 2:00pm ET in the first of a series of quarterly roundtable meetings for health IT developers. This is a public meeting that is open to all health IT developers, regardless of their participation in the ONC Health IT Certification Program. During these meetings, ONC will lead discussions tailored for the health IT developer community on topics such as program updates, certification deadlines, and developer requirements. During the roundtable on December 9, health IT developers can expect the following topics to be addressed:
Real World Testing Plan Submission
CHPL Developer Access
§ 170.315(g)(10): Standardized API for Patient and Population Services
§ 170.315(b)(3): Electronic Prescribing
§ 170.315(d)(12): Encrypt Authentication Credential
View presentation slides [PDF - 2029 KB]
November 17, 2021 at 1:30PM ET
Join us on November 17, 2021 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm EST for the next webinar in ONC’s clinician-focused webinar series on information sharing and the information blocking regulation. ONC experts will explain how ONC supports secure, appropriate sharing of electronic health information and how information sharing leads to more affordable and equitable care and improved care quality. Hear answers to questions such as:
What is electronic health information (EHI)?
Why does information sharing matter and how does it empower health care providers?
What are allowable exceptions and when do they apply?
What is the process for reporting potential information blocking and what happens after it is reported?
Note: If you’re unable to join the live presentation, a recording will be made available.
View presentation slides [PDF - 2.3 MB]
Oct 19, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is pleased to invite you to the Synthetic Health Data Challenge Winning Solutions Webinar. The webinar celebrates our six Challenge winners, each of whom will present their innovative work supporting the development of Synthea™ data-generation modules and the use of Synthea-generated synthetic health data. Register and attend to learn more.
Friday, September 24
Got questions about information sharing under ONC’s information blocking regulations? Join ONC’s experts for virtual office hours on Friday, September 24 from 2PM until 4PM ET to ask us about the information blocking regulations in ONC’s 21st Century Cures Act final rule. Stop by anytime from 2:00-4:00 pm ET
September 23 and September 24, 2021
Please join us for a webinar session about the Security Risk Assessment (SRA) Tool this September. The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services are hosting a new webinar for users of the Security Risk Assessment Tool. Learn about the SRA Tool and how it can be used at your organization, hear about upcoming enhancements, ask questions, and give feedback during the SRA Tool Webinar. There are two dates available for this webinar. Registration is limited to 3,000 participants for each presentation. The presentation will be the same for both sessions. A recording will be made available after the final webinar session. Register for a session: September 23, 2:00-3:00pm ET September 24, 11:00-12pm ET Take the SRA Tool user survey → Download SRA Tool →
September 10 and September 17, 2021
Register today for the all-virtual 2021 ONC Tech Forum to hear industry perspectives on the progress made in health IT over the past year, and how we can continue to advance health technology to improve patient care, health equity, data exchange, and interoperability. What: #ONCTechForum When: September 10 and 17, 2021
September 15, 2021 at 4pm ET
Register for our webinar reviewing the outcomes of a project focused on advancing the data infrastructure of patient-centered outcomes research using AI/ML training data sets. When: September 15, 2021, 4pm ET.
September 14, 2021 at 1PM ET
Join us on September 14, 2021 at 1PM ET for the first in a series of clinician-focused webinars on the information blocking regulation. Experts will explain how ONC supports secure, appropriate sharing of electronic health information and how information sharing leads to more affordable and equitable care and improved care quality. Hear answers to questions such as:
What is information blocking and why should I care?
Why is information sharing so important?
What information needs to be shared and with whom?
What are the allowable exceptions and when do they apply?
View presentation slides [PDF - 986 KB]
JULY 27, 2021 AT 10:00 AM ET
Join ONC on July 27, 2021 at 10am EST for the “Clinical Decision Support (CDS) for Advancing Person-Centered Care and Health Equity” workshop. For many years, clinical decision support has played a vital role in supporting the delivery of effective patient care among healthcare providers. CDS tools provide users with computerized alerts and clinical guidelines that can help reduce medical errors, and provide diagnostic assistance to ensure comprehensive treatment for patients, as well as produce patient alerts for medication adherence. However, CDS is not without challenges from the initial development phase through the implementation phase. As artificial intelligence (Ai) is gaining popularity, and advancing CDS tools, speakers will discuss how they are addressing bias during the development phase and implementation among patients to support equity in healthcare. Several federal agencies will share how they are using CDS to improve healthcare and advance CDS in their respective portfolios. The workshop will close with an open discussion on ways to improve the development and use of CDS considering various populations and the added value it provides for such tools.
JULY 13, 2021 AT 10 AM ET
Already Registered? Access the Event Here If you need to register retroactively, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The advancement and use of interoperable, standardized data on social needs and on the conditions in which people live, learn, work, and play (or social determinants of health, or SDOH) is critical as part of the comprehensive approach underway to advance equity for all. Addressing inequities in these conditions, often tied to social care needs and driven in large part due to the root causes of poverty and racism, can be supported and informed through the use of health IT. This workshop will explore existing and emerging data standards, tools, approaches, policies, models, and interventions for advancing the use and interoperability of non-clinical health data for individual and community health improvement. It will enable varying perspectives of health policymakers and health improvement implementers to highlight inventive solutions, share challenges, and ideas on data modernization to advance health equity. The workshop offers introductory content as well as deep exploration of key topics as part of SDOH health IT data use and interoperability including facilitated, expert stakeholder engagement. Workshop Objectives:
Highlight health IT approaches of multi-stakeholder and cross-sector partnerships to deliver data-driven health improvement solutions using multi-sector data to deliver care and to address unmet needs outside of the healthcare setting including specific initiatives’ approaches related to workflow, sustainability, and trust.
Explore innovative efforts for SDOH information exchange and interoperable referrals with considerations for consent and equity and focus on examples of implementation from the communities, regions, and states where the SDOH interoperability work is occurring.
Describe the current state and emerging opportunities for SDOH data standardization including the importance of data standards, standards development organization relevant activities, challenges with SDOH data use and interoperability including workflow integration, and standards and processes for interoperable social care referrals—including both necessary content and why this is critical for better care and to address unmet needs.
Support stakeholders getting started with SDOH data use and interoperability in the field by providing an overview of ONC tools, projects, and resources that can help inform the successful use of health IT for SDOH data use and interoperability, including fresh perspectives from ONC grantees focused on building innovative HIE services that benefit public health agencies and improving HIE services available to support communities disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Agenda details and speakers are subject to change.
MARCH 29 - 30, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET
March 25, 2021
ONC is participating in the AMIA 2021 Virtual Informatics Summit, leading two panels – one on projects funded under the LEAP in Health IT funding opportunity and the other on the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI). The AMIA 2021 Virtual Informatics Summit brings together informatics professionals to learn about best practices, new methodologies and shared challenges in four main areas: translational bioinformatics, clinical research informatics, implementation informatics, and data science. For more information visit the AMIA website.
March 18, 2021 at 1:00 PM
Join ONC for an informational webinar "Understanding ONC’s Draft USCDI v2 and SVAP” on March 18, 2021, from 1:00 – 2:00pm ET. Speakers will discuss ONC’s Draft United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) Version 2 and the Standards Versions Advancement Process (SVAP) flexibility for ONC-Certified Health IT. We will also review several commonly asked questions on these topics and direct the audience to resources to learn more. Webinar Recording Download Presentation [PDF - 1.9 MB]
February 4, 2021 at 3pm ET
Join ONC for an informational webinar on the issued Information Blocking (IB) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Speakers will identify important dates and events, provide insight into the January 2021 IB FAQs, discuss ONC’s future approach to IB guidance and education, and answer questions from the audience. Register Information Blocking: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions Slides [PDF - 986 KB]
Tuesday, December 1, 2020; 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Join us on December 1, 2020, as we spotlight how application programming interface (API)-forward policies and industry actions are accelerating interoperability. This event will include updates from federal agencies as well as presentations and demos from industry partners that highlight how work underway is advancing innovation and competition in the health IT ecosystem. A panel discussion will also be held at the end of the day.
November 14-18, 2020
ONC is participating in the AMIA 2020 Virtual Symposium, speaking at a number of health IT focused sessions. The AMIA Annual Symposium brings together informatics professionals from diverse backgrounds committed to transforming health through informatics. For more information visit the AMIA website.
Monday, November 2, 2020; 03:00 PM
Join ONC for an informational webinar about the Interim Final Rule with Comment Period on Monday, November 2 at 3:00 pm EST. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ONC is extending compliance dates and timeframes for Information Blocking and the ONC Health IT Certification Program. The Interim Final Rule includes:
Extending the applicability date for the Information Blocking provisions.
Extending the compliance dates in the ONC Health IT Certification Program (Program), including certain 2015 Edition health IT certification criteria and Conditions and Maintenance of Certification requirements.
Making changes to the Program by updating standards and clarifying regulatory text for specific certification criteria.
Making technical corrections and clarifications.
Read more about the IFC
Nov 2, 2020
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Monday, September 21, 2020; 10:00 AM – 03:00 PM
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is hosting the Advancing Interoperability: Social Determinants of Health Workshop, a one day virtual workshop on Monday, September 21, 2020. As part of ONC’s collaborative approach for Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), the objective of this workshop is to gather health care and human services providers from various professional societies to understand their approaches to integrating SDOH data into value-base care and to discuss tools to accomplish these goals and the challenges to reaching them. This workshop will also provide stakeholders information and tools needed for the development of the social determinants of health data management in clinical practice guidelines and maintenance of certification activities. In the fall of 2019, four new Interoperability Needs were added to Section I: Social, Psychological, and Behavioral Data representing drug use, food insecurity, housing insecurity, and transportation insecurity of the Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA). Many of the standards or specifications are at production for the implementation maturity level and are still requesting feedback. Incorporating social determinants of health such as those included in the ISA in health care models is of increased interest when it comes to value-based payments. More payers are developing novel ways to address SDOH issues, however providers still struggle with the collection of SDOH data and how to use and share the data in an interoperable and beneficial way that is not burdensome. This workshop will provide attendees the opportunity to share any advancements in standards that are being used which may or may not include standards included in the ISA. View Slides [PDF - 9.6 MB] Agenda – Download PDF Document Speaker Biographies – Download PDF Document
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2020 Time: 10 am – 4:00 pm ET
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is hosting a one day virtual workshop on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, for Clinical Decision Support (CDS). A central promise of CDS is to help reduce the burden of information overload and increasingly complex clinical knowledge and guidelines posed to clinicians by making information about a patient easier to assess or more apparent, or to foster optimal problem solving, decision making, and action. CDS must also deliver the right information to the right person in the right format through the right channel at the right time in the workflow. While CDS is recognized as a way to improve health care and make it more efficient, clinical users’ experiences with implemented CDS have been sub-optimal, and CDS development and deployment remain inconsistent and fraught with re-work, even among HHS agencies. This workshop will identify novel approaches being used in CDS that present opportunities for collaboration and harmonization. Federal partners and key public stakeholders are invited to attend to learn about the current efforts in CDS and opportunities to leverage federal work to help public efforts, and vice-versa. The expected outcomes include an identification of CDS silos, an understanding of the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning in CDS and solutions to address cross agency/stakeholder CDS issues. View Slides [PDF - 16.97 MB] Agenda – Download PDF Document Speaker Biographies – Download PDF Document National Academy of Medicine report Optimizing Strategies for Clinical Decision Support Report – Download PDF Document
Monday, September 14, 2020; 08:30 AM EDT – 5:00 PM ET
Join ONC and members of the FHIR at Scale Taskforce (FAST) initiative for a full day workshop titled: “FAST, An Architectural Framework for Ecosystem Infrastructure.” Having developed and proposed solutions to address technical infrastructure challenges associated with deploying FHIR solutions “at scale,” the FAST community now seeks to explore and solicit feedback on the both the architectural considerations and pathways to implementation for each of these solutions. The FAST Initiative recognizes that ongoing collaboration and coordination with industry leading efforts and a broader group of industry stakeholders is key to understanding industry challenges and successes, ensuring an accurate industry wide gap analysis, maintaining awareness of new developments, and avoiding duplication of efforts. To that end, this workshop will support The FAST Initiative’s goal to maintain transparency and communication, while welcoming industry feedback that can inform our collective efforts and approaches. For more information on the FAST initiative, please review the following resources:
The Official FAST Confluence site
The FAST 2020 Mid-Year Report
The FAST 2019 End of Year Report
Update community, raise industry awareness and share the FAST progress and solutions (V3 solutions documents draft).
Gather industry feedback, engage target future “landing places” and figuring out how to put solutions into practice.
Feedback/content to feed into FAST Action Plan (e.g., ‘homes’, deployment considerations, etc.).
Present solutions into context – the FAST Ecosystem Architecture.
Breakout Session Approach:
Facilitator/moderator to introduce topic/content.
FAST panelists to support the facilitated discussion.
Industry reaction Panel, not presenting, but responding to questions/debating the FAST identify discussion points.
Broader discussion with other attendees/participants via Q & A.
Monday, August 31, 2020; 09:30 AM EDT - 04:30 PM EDT
Join us for a final working session on patient identity and patient matching. We invite individuals and organizations to provide input and insight into existing challenges and promising innovations in patient identity and matching. This final session will focus on the following key areas: privacy and security, research and evaluation, standards, and innovation. This feedback will inform ONC’s report to Congress on evaluating the effectiveness of technical and operational methods that improve identification of patients. ONC is soliciting feedback from all attendees, presentations are not required. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit comments during and after the session to Identity.ONC@hhs.gov.
August 10-11, 2020
ONC hosted an all-virtual Tech Forum, convening industry experts and federal partners to continue the summertime tradition we started with the “Interoperability Forum” in 2017. We discussed the exciting technical innovations that are happening in health IT and have the potential to revolutionize the delivery of healthcare in support of improved health outcomes.
June 1, 2020; 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM ET
Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 3 PM ET
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Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 3 PM ET
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Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at 3 PM ET
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Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 2 PM ET
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Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 3:00 PM ET
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January 27-28, 2020
Thank you to those who joined us in-person and virtually for the 2020 ONC Annual Meeting! This year’s event, Connecting Policy and Technology: Bringing the EHR to the Patient, gathered health IT partners for a combination of plenaries and breakout sessions that covered a variety of health IT, healthcare, and innovation topics. Slides from presenters will be posted on this page in the near future. Keep coming back as we'll post the presentations on an ongoing basis. Annual Meeting Webcast Archive
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 3 PM ET
Recording Event Presentation - Presentation Slides [PDF - 1910KB]
November 16-20, 2019
1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW
1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW
ONC is participating in the AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium, speaking at a number of health IT focused sessions. The AMIA Annual Symposium brings together informatics professionals from diverse backgrounds committed to transforming health through informatics.
September 25, 2019 | 2-3pm ET
Follow on Twitter - #DNCchat
Join ONC and Deputy National Coordinator Steve Posnack for a National Health IT Week Twitter chat! Ask questions and give him your thoughts on interoperability, standards, and more! Wednesday, September 25, 2-3pm ET Join using #DNCchat
August 21-22, 2019 at 9:00am-5:00pm ET
Renaissance Hotel, 999 9th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 and Webinar
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) hosted the 3rd Interoperability Forum on August 21st – 22nd, 2019 in Washington, DC. This event brought people together from ONC, our federal partners, the healthcare industry, and the technology sector to:
Learn about recent efforts to advance interoperability nationwide
Identify concrete actions in response to current interoperability barriers
Attendees heard keynotes from industry influencers, had the opportunity to view demos showcasing innovative solutions and participate in tracks focused on various aspects of interoperability. Co-led by industry leaders and supported by ONC experts, the tracks provided an opportunity to discuss the latest issues and identify actions that can be taken to address key barriers to interoperability in a group setting.
Download slides from plenary session [PDF - 1 MB]
Questions? Check out ONC’s Interoperability Forum FAQs
February 11-15, 2019
ONC is pleased to participate in a number of activities during the HIMSS19 conference in Orlando, Florida from February 11-15, 2019. We hope you will join us and look forward to connecting with health care IT stakeholders across the industry. Stay engaged in ONC conversation via Twitter: @ONC_HealthIT or conversations related to HIMSS using hashtag #HIMSS19. Make sure to revisit this page as we continue to update our schedule.