Giving health care providers instant access to a patient's medical file should reduce errors and the duplication of tests while improving the management of a patient's health, said Ray Scott, the head of the Arkansas Office of Health Information Technology, which operates the Arkansas health information exchange called SHARE--State Health Alliance for Records Exchange.
What does OHIT stand for?
OHIT stands for Office of Health Information Technology (US Department of Health and Human Services)
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- Office of Health Insurance Programs (New York State Department of Health)
- Ontario Health Insurance Plan
- Oral Health Impact Profile (dentistry)
- Ownership Has Its Privileges
- Office of Health Information Programs Development (US National Library of Medicine)
- Office of Health Information and Research (California)
- Oil Heat Institute of Rhode Island
- Oral Health Information Suite (software; trademark of PreViser Corporation)
- Oxon Health Informatics Service (UK)
- Ontario Health Informatics Standards Council
- Outer Harbor Intermodal Terminal (California)
- Office of Health Information Technology Transformation (New York State Department of Health)
- Old House Journal
- Oracle Help for Java
- Oklahoma Hunter/Jumper Association (equestrian group; Oklahoma City, OK)
- Ontario Hunter Jumper Association (Canada)
- Oregon Hunter Jumper Association (Wilsonville, OR)
- Out of Hand Juggling Club (Brown University; Providence, RI)
- Orchestre d'Harmonie Junior du Conservatoire de Cannes
- Oregon Habitat Joint Venture (conservation partnership)
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Unlike in Massachusetts, Minnesota's e-health mandates have no enforcement mechanisms, notes Liz Cinqueonce, the deputy director of the Minnesota Department of Health Office of Health Information Technology.
The health information exchange project, with its roots in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, also known as HIPAA, and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, or ARRA, is a four-year initiative led by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Health Information Technology to plan and implement a mechanism to electronically link health-care providers in order to share patient information in a timely, secure and confidential manner.
us (501) 276-8979 Arkansas Office of Health Information Technology OHIT.