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The Health Information Technology Oversight Council (HITOC) is a statutory body of Governor appointed, Senate confirmed citizens, tasked with setting goals and developing a strategic health information technology plan for the state, as well as monitoring progress in achieving those goals and providing oversight for the implementation of the plan.

The HITOC is currently coordinating Oregon's public and private statewide efforts in electronic health records adoption and the eventual development of a statewide system for electronic health information exchange. The HITOC will help Oregon meet federal requirements so that providers may be eligible for millions of federal health information technology stimulus dollars.
The HITOC builds on the past work of the Health Information Infrastructure Advisory Committee (HIIAC) and the Health Information Security & Privacy Collaborative (HISPC).
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Advancing HIT in Oregon with a new approach

June 30, 2014


The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has finalized a plan to advance Health Information Technology (HIT) and Health Information Exchange (HIE) in the state. The completed Business Plan Framework is a significant milestone in the State’s ongoing approach for a transformed health system that achieves better care, better health and lower costs for Oregonians. Oregon’s Business Plan Framework for HIT and HIE is available on the Office of Health IT (OHIT) website, healthit.oregon.gov.


The OHIT website contains a full news release about OHA’s vision for HIT-optimized health care and Oregon’s Business Plan Framework for HIT and HIE. Subscribe to the OHIT email listserv to receive information and updates on the implementation of new HIT services.