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Resource Overview

This section provides background information about Health Information Exchange (HIE), including key terms and concepts, and where more information could be found.

What? - Description of HIE Resources
Data Types and Sources for HIE
Data Types and Sources for HIE

Data Types and Sources for HIE

This document introduces health centers to key data types as defined by ONC’s HIE roadmap, and also lists typical sources where these data may be found.

Modified Stage 2 Meaningful Use for Dentists
Modified Stage 2 Meaningful Use for Dentists

Modified Stage 2 Meaningful Use for Dentists

Dentists are required to meet the same objectives and measures for Meaningful Use as all other eligible professionals (EP). However, there are exclusions available for several of the objectives and measures for which dentists are commonly, though not universally, eligible. This resource shares the experiences from the Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association.

Health Information Exchange
Health Information Exchange

Health Information Exchange

Use this curricula to learn more about the basics of health information exchange. The enclosed resources are designed to be easily understood and to support health information exchange in your practice and community.

21st Century CURES Act and Information blocking - How to Avoid Blocking Interoperable EHI.
21st Century CURES Act and Information blocking - How to Avoid Blocking Interoperable EHI.

21st Century CURES Act and Information blocking - How to Avoid Blocking Interoperable EHI.

In this webinar, the HITEQ Center discusses the 21st Century CURES act (CURES act), specifically focused on how it defined interoperability and information blocking and how that relates to health centers. With HHS recently extending the provider compliance date to April 5, 2021, we review how ONC’s final rules defined information blocking requirements and exceptions. We discuss common scenarios and health center policy practices that might be considered information blocking, and how they can reduce health center risks with early planning and policy definitions.

Acknowledgements

This resource collection was compiled by the HITEQ Center staff with guidance from HITEQ Advisory Committee members and collaborators of the HITEQ Center.

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Quadruple Aim

A Conceptual Framework

Improving the U.S. health care system requires four aims: improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, reducing per capita costs and improving care team well-being. HITEQ Center resources seek to provide content and direction aligned with the goals of the Quadruple Aim

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