A survey of CIOs and other top information technology leaders at provider organizations finds most respondents worry to some degree about being able to implement standards recommended by the HIT Standards Committee to meet current deadlines for the meaningful use of electronic health records.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives conducted the survey of its members, drawing 176 responses. Federal officials in the Department of Health and Human Services presently are considering more than 20 standards that the HIT Standards Committee recommended, as HHS continues to develop proposed rules expected later this month.
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