The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology on Thursday announced two major changes to its Health IT Certification Program aimed at improving efficiency and reducing burdens on HIT developers and users.

Under its revisions to the program, ONC has approved developer self-declaration for more than 50 percent of test procedures and has exercised enforcement discretion for randomized surveillance of certified HIT products.

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