The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's National Resource Center for Health Information Technology (http://healthit.
What does CHIT stand for?
CHIT stands for Center for Health Information Technology (American Academy of Family Physicians; Leawood, KS)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of CHIT
- Cedar Hill Independent School District (Cedar Hill, Texas)
- Channel Initiated Secondary Electron (semiconductors)
- Computer Human Interaction and Software Engineering Lab (University of Victoria; Canada)
- Computer Human Interaction Special Interest Group
- Chicago White Sox (baseball team)
- Carolina Hispanic Association
- Center for Hispanic Policy and Advocacy (Providence, RI)
- Community Housing Improvement Systems and Planning Association (Salinas, CA)
- Center for High Integrity System Software Assurance
- Capital Halloween Invitational Tournament (bowling; Washington, DC)
- Community Healthcare Interpreter Training (Health Promotion Council)
- Container Hazard Identification Table (shipping/transportation)
- Community Health Information Technology Alliance
- Certified Health Information Technology Professional (Georgia Health Information Technology Extension Center certification)
- Canadian Healthcare Information Technology Trade Association (Canada)
- Conference of Heads of Irish Universities
- Cambridge History of Judaism (journal)
- Center for Health and Justice (Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities; Chicago, IL)
- Chief - Justice
Samples in periodicals archive:
founding director of the American Academy of Family Physicians Center for Health Information Technology, thinks the iPad may help hospitals with one of their most pressing IT priorities: connecting hospital laboratories and other ancillary services with physician offices.
The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Center for Health Information Technology conducted the survey among 36 EHR vendors in late 2004.
Steven Waldren, director of the Center for Health Information Technology at the American Academy of Family Physicians, but the plan does not place enough emphasis on the need to provide financial incentives to physicians for purchasing and using electronic health record systems, he said.