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Health Information Technologies (HIT)

 
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This site provides tools and resources to assist health centers in the selection, implementation, and meaningful use of various health information technologies (HIT). NACHC recognizes that HIT is an important component in a health center’s operations, however, HIT is not an end unto itself but rather a means to assist health care providers to provide high quality care that is safe, effective, timely, patient-centered, efficient and equitable.

NEW Powering PCMH through Health IT Expert Panel Executive Summary DRAFT (condensed version)
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Powering PCMH through Health IT Expert Panel Meeting Summary DRAFT (long version)

 

2012 Progress Update on 2010 Non-EHR Adopters

 

2010-11 NACHC/GWU MU/PCMH Readiness Survey

  Getting Started  

Health Center Network Guide

 

Meaningful Use FAQs

 

Health IT Jobs

  Helpful Links and Resources   HIT and Change in Scope
  New News   Online Learning Materials
  Tools for Implementing EHRs   Telemedicine
  Security and Privacy   EHR Vendors Evaluations
  User Groups   Meaningful Use of HIT
 

Health IT Journeys: Stories From the Road

  HIT Certification
  Health Center Controlled Networks   Grants
  Definitions    


HIT or MU Related Questions or Concerns? 
Please contact Shane Hickey, Director of IT Support for NACHC at shickey@nachc.com.


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