Braun's Infusion Pumps, DoseTrac(TM) Infusion Management Software and DoseLink(TM) Interfaces successfully completed key portions of the Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP), a federally-recognized Interoperability Specifications test, at the Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise 2010 Connectathon in Chicago in January.
What does HITSP stand for?
HITSP stands for Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel
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- Headquarters Information Technology Support Services (US NASA)
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- Hybrid Information Technology Support Services (also seen as Hybrid Information Technology Services for State; US State Department)
- Hawaii Institute of Information Technology
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- Hitachi Industrial Technology Thailand Ltd. (est. 1989)
- Holland Institute of Traffic Technology (Apeldoorn, Netherlands)
- Office of Health Information Technology and Transparency (Georgia)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP), the cooperative partnership between the public and private sectors working to ensure the interoperability of electronic health records (EHR) in the United States, has begun identifying global standards to support "core research data element exchange," specifically, a common set of information that can be readily exchanged between EHRs and clinical research systems.
At a meeting in October of the American Health Information Community, a federal advisory group on health information technology, the US Department of Health and Human Services accepted the Clinical Care Classification (CCC) nursing terminology as a named standard within the Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) Interoperability Specification for Electronic Health Records, Biosurveillance, and Consumer Empowerment.
The Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) developed a newly defined set of specifications standards called the "security and privacy constructs.