New ONC Database to Track I.T. Progress to Include Some Identifiable Info

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology will create a new database to assess the effectiveness of ONC grants given to establish state health information exchanges, regional extension centers to help physicians adopt electronic health records, and community colleges to establish health I.T. training programs.

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I am very interested in evaluating the effectiveness of the various ONC Community College Consortia HIT Workforce Development Programs in obtaining jobs for the graduates and giving them the skills needed in assisting healthcare providers to implement electronic health records and health information exchange. Also the value of the DHHS funded "HITPRO" compententcy exams to employers.
Posted by strongdiana28 | Friday, February 03 2012 at 11:52PM ET
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