An extensive search of the 459-page Continuing Resolution that cuts more than $38 billion from the federal government's fiscal 2011 finds no reductions in health information technology programs funded under the HITECH Act.

However, officials of the House Appropriations Committee and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology did not quickly return e-mails asking whether any HITECH funds were eliminated.

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