CalOHII is committed to supporting secure health information movement in California.
The California Office of Health Information Integrity's (CalOHII) focus is to advance the secure movement of electronic health information, while ensuring that the data is protected and exchanged under strict medical privacy and confidentiality standards.
CalOHII Director, Pamela Lane, explains how CalOHII's work continues to support better health and outcomes in California:
"CalOHII's work is making confidential health information available when and where it's needed. For the past four years, the focus has been on the grant project to move patient information securely to providers, payers, and patients themselves. Now we'll work on expanding those 'lessons learned' to coordinate data exchange among State departments that manage patient information."
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News & Publications
04/08/2014 by HealthIT.gov At the April 8 meeting of the Health IT Policy Committee National Coordinator for Health IT, Karen DeSalvo talked about ONC's priorities, moving beyond Meaningful Use; in particular, she laid out plans for transitioning the agency's current workgroups into newer, "less siloed" workgroups. Read more...
- HITEC-LA, a project of L.A. Care Health Plan, Helps Small Practices and Clinics Switch from Paper Files to Electronic Records that Help Improve Patient Care
04/08/2014 by L.A. Care Health Plan has been awarded a one year no cost extension from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). The extension is through April 2015.The goal is to help 3,000 eligible primary care providers in L.A. County reach meaningful use and qualify for federal EHR incentives. To date, more than $55 million has been paid out to L.A. County providers. Read more..
- ICD-10 Delay until October 2015
04/02/2014 by FierceHealthIT. ICD-10 delayed into law. Read more...
- The Legacy of California's State HIE Cooperative Agreement Program
02/10/2014 by eHeatlh
“The Legacy of California’s State HIE Cooperative Agreement Program” summarizes significant changes and improvements resulting from the HITECH Cooperative Agreement that will have lasting impact on California’s healthcare landscape. The multimedia report includes text and brief video commentary from California HIE leaders. An infographic accompanies the report and provides a visual summary of achievements that continue to stimulate HIE in California for years to come. Read more...