The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has launched a suite of electronic health records interoperability training tools, available here.

The five modules cover interoperability basics, transitions of care, laboratory interoperability with providers, the view/download/transmit criteria in Stage 2 of meaningful use, and transmitting information to public health agencies.

“The five training modules, collectively, provide a map of Stage 2 meaningful use attainment that helps answer the ‘who, what, when and where’ of achieving EHR interoperability,” says Lee Stevens, policy director of state health information exchange programs in a new ONC blog. “We have worked hard to develop relatable use cases designed around practical workflows and provide management tools so it is easier to understand who is accountable for each element.”

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