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What does IEHR stand for?

IEHR stands for Interoperable Electronic Health Record (Manitoba E-Health Program; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

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5 million patients across seven counties, while assimilating data from 12 hospitals, 1,700 physician offices, half of all radiology and lab services in the DFW market, more than 100 pharmacies, and more than 350 interoperable electronic health records across four platforms.
To clarify, under the Stark Law's "EHR exception," a hospital may donate or subsidize the adoption of interoperable electronic health records software, information technology, and training services as long as certain criteria are met.
Besides educating themselves on specific provisions of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) and the direction of health-reform policy at the federal and state levels, he adds, organizations can position themselves for funding to assist in the effort by doing the following: * Align clinical and organizational leadership around the importance of interoperable electronic health records, HIE and HIT in general.
For example, the department could delay implementation of ICD-10 in the outpatient setting until a certain percentage of physicians adopted interoperable electronic health record systems.
A new state law requires all hospitals and healthcare providers to have an interoperable electronic health records system in place by 2015.