To promote community health, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology is making available $1 million in grants to enable communities to work collaboratively to identify opportunities to support and extend the use of secure, interoperable health IT tools and health information exchange services.

Under the Community Interoperability Health Information Exchange Cooperative Agreement Program, ONC will fund up to 10 community organizations, state or local government agencies, or other community groups to “help unlock health information and better integrate community resources advancing better care and healthier communities.” The award floor is $50,000 and the award ceiling is $100,000.

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