Office-based Physician Electronic Patient Engagement
In 2015, 64% of physicians had an electronic health record (EHR) with the capability to exchange secure messages with patients, 63% of physicians had the capability for their patients to electronically view their medical record, 41% had the capability for patients to download their medical record, and 19% had the capability for patients to electronically send (transmit) their medical record to
Posted: Monday Jul 6, 2020
Office-based Physician Health IT Adoption Dashboard
Posted: (9 hours ago) Now updated with 2015 data. The Physician Health IT Adoption and Use dashboard visualizes 18 measures of health IT adoption and use by office-based physicians, which include the adoption of electronic health records (EHR), health information exchange and interoperability, and patient engagement. Each measure is visualized by state in a national map, which can be downloaded as an image directly ...
Health IT Apps
Posted: (2 days ago) Health IT Apps are interactive tools that allow you to visualize and analyze the open data available through this site. These applications enable a broad examination of and interaction with the data, providing you several ways to parse and examine the data.
State Health IT Policy Levers Activities Catalog
Posted: (27 days ago) The Health IT State Policy Levers Compendium was developed by the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in coordination with states. It is intended to support state efforts to advance interoperability and can also be used in service of delivery system reform. The Compendium includes a directory of health IT policy levers and nearly 300 examples of how states ...
Office-based Physicians that have Demonstrated Meaningful ...
Posted: (4 days ago) These visualizations depict the county and state proportions of all office-based medical doctors (MD) and doctors of osteopathy (DO) that have demonstrated meaningful use of certified health IT through the Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive program through 2015.
ONC HITECH Grantee List - Health IT Dashboard
Posted: (6 days ago) The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act was passed as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to invest in the U.S. health IT infrastructure. The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) received over $2 billion of these HITECH funds. These funds were used to invest in health information exchange, the adoption of ...
Federal Health IT Strategic Plan: 2015 - 2020
Posted: (1 months ago) The Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020 explains how the federal government intends to apply the effective use of information and technology to help the nation achieve high-quality care, lower costs, a healthy population, and engaged individuals. The work described in this Plan aims to modernize the U.S. health IT infrastructure so that individuals, their providers, and communities can ...
EHR Vendors Reported by Hospitals Demonstrating Meaningful Use
Posted: (6 days ago) The visualizations depict by program year and state either the selected vendor's share of all attestations or the vendor's rank among all vendor's reported through attestation. These metrics provide insight into the market share of each vendor in each state, and, thus, a view of the national and state EHR market.
Office-based Physician Electronic Patient Engagement ...
Posted: (17 hours ago) Summary: In 2015, 64% of physicians had an electronic health record (EHR) with the capability to exchange secure messages with patients, an over 50% increase since 2013.Furthermore, 63% of physicians had the capability for their patients to electronically view their medical record, 41% had the capability for patients to download their medical record, and 19% had the capability for patients to ...
State Health IT Privacy and Consent Laws and Policies
Posted: (11 days ago) Overview: This application provides state laws and policies governing patient consent for exchange of personal health information as well as standards and authorization required for the disclosure of patient mental health information.
Medicare Professional Stage 1 Meaningful Use Attestation
Posted: (5 days ago) There are 392,800 providers eligible for the Medicare EHR Incentive Program. As of May 2014, approximately 67% had attested to meaningful use of a certified EHR through Medicare. Half of the Medicare-eligible providers attested in 2011 or 2012, and the vast majority (85%) returned in year 2.