The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology is actively supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s response to the U.S. outbreak of the Zika virus, with health IT playing a critical role, according to James Daniel, public health coordinator in the ONC Office of Policy.

Speaking at a recent joint meeting of the Health IT Policy and Standards committees, Daniel provided a detailed look at HIT activities to date in support of the CDC’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC), which is monitoring and coordinating the Zika response.

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