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By Kevin Chaney, MGS, Teresa Zayas Cabán, PhD, Courtney C. Rogers, MPH, Joshua C. Denny MD MS & Jon White – Precision medicine creates treatment and prevention strategies that meet patient needs by considering individual variability in their genome, environment, and lifestyle.
Supporting the adoption of health IT and the promotion of nationwide health information exchange to improve health care, here is what is happening at the ONC, including the Annual Meeting Recap, new Fact Sheets on FHIR API and the ONC Health IT Certification Program, updates on the Health IT Playbook, careers at the ONC & more.
Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is announcing the availability of nearly $150 million to community-based health care providers to aid their response to COVID-19.
By Jim Tate – One of the more common complaints heard from providers concerns their unhappiness with EHRs. Sure, the software can boast of achieving ONC Certification but what does that really mean in the real world of patients, referrals, and communication with other providers?
In case you missed it, this is recent communication from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Subscribe to their email lists to keep up to date on all press and news releases.
If you haven’t tuned in to our radio station or checked out our podcast network, here is your chance. Start with these three shows and episodes that focus on policy. You will hear a clinical policy experiences, the need for a national strategy, and public policy trends. Take a listen.
By Pooja Babbrah & Jocelyn Keegan – Through recent statute and regulations, the Congress and federal government have finally given recognition to two standards from the National Council on Prescription Drug Standards for use by the industry.
A three part series on the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule. Part 1: What are we really talking about? Part 2: Making the economics work for you. Part 3: Where are you going to invest to maximize benefits?