The Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement sets the ground for new strides in health data interoperability.
Smarter modernization, data, automation, as well as customer and digital services will see the spotlight in 2022.
With social determinants of health and other new data standards, ONC hopes to increase health equity in the care setting.
Integrated EHR systems have shown considerable benefits for advancing both individual patient care and public health.
National Coordinator for Health IT Micky Tripathi notes next year will see pay off for recent strides in data interoperability.
Interoperability in cross-agency EHRs rely on close internal collaboration.
This Veterans Day, the agency leader talks EHRs, pandemic efforts and IT modernization.
Deputy Secretary Remy details next steps of EHR rollout, emphasizing patient safety and improved governance.
Leaders across VA address how they are focusing on efficiency to provide all veterans with their full benefits.
Agency leaders outline a focus on training, readiness and transparency in tackling the next stages of its electronic health records.
The infrastructure for nationwide health care interoperability will pave the way for efficiencies and data analytics.
Secretary Denis McDonough discussed findings and next steps from its strategic review of the electronic health record modernization program.
Secretary McDonough said next steps in the electronic health record program, such as implications for training, are forthcoming.
The National Coordinator of Health IT updates ONC's goals and focus areas.