CalOHII is committed to supporting secure health information movement in California.
The California Office of Health Information Integrity (CalOHII) continues to support better health outcomes in California. CalOHII Director Pamela Lane explains:
"CalOHII's work is focused on making confidential health information available when and where it's needed. In past years, the focus has been on the federal Health Information Exchange grant project to move patient information securely to providers, payers, and patients themselves. We are now focused on expanding those 'lessons learned' to coordinate data exchange among State departments that manage patient information."
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News & Publications
- Register now for the 4th Annual Consumer Health IT Summit
08/20/2014 The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) invites you to register for the 2014 Annual Consumer Health IT Summit on September 15th in Washington DC. This exciting day-long event highlights public and private sector efforts to advance patient engagement by empowering people with their digital health data and technology. To register and get additional logistical details, visit:
- HIPAA In Focus Newsletter
08/08/2014 The latest issue of the HIPAA In Focus Newsletter was posted on the CalOHII website. CalOHII publishes the HIPAA In Focus Newsletter to provide guidance and resources to HIPAA-impacted State Departments. To view the current content edition please see Issue 08, August 2014
- CDPH’s New Open Data Portal Improves Transparency and Access to Data
August 8, 2014 The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) launched its Open Data Portal, which will allow user-friendly access to the data it collects about important public health issues. This data can be used to craft solutions to public health concerns while providing more transparency in government.
The Portal, which is accessible from the CDPH website, provides the public with a single point-of-entry to data sources that can be used for reporting, creating Web tools and mobile applications (apps), and other uses