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Nov 7, 2017Call for Applications: Provider Directory Stakeholder Groups
​The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is seeking qualified candidates to fill vacancies on its Provider Directory Advisory Committee (PDAC) and Provider Directory Subject Matter Expert Workgroups (PD-SME). The groups consist of diverse health care professionals with backgrounds in provider data/directories and represent project stakeholders. Each group plays a unique role in providing OHA expertise and guidance on policy, program, and technical considerations for the design and implementation of Oregon’s Provider Directory. Both groups began meeting in Spring 2017.
Nov 7, 2017Oregon's Strategic Plan for HIT and HIE Released
The Health Information Technology Oversight Council (HITOC) has completed the update to the Oregon Health Information Technology Strategic Plan. The plan sets the vision and strategic direction to advance the adoption and use of health IT in Oregon. This plan updates the 2014-2017 plan that has guided work to date.
Oct 20, 2017Community-Based HIE Onboarding Program RFP is open!
Community-Based HIE Onboarding Program RFP is open. It closes on December 6, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. (Local time).
Sep 15, 2017EDIE/PreManage Learning Collaborative - Oct. 5
EDIE and PreManage Learning Collaborative
October 5, 2017
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Register today!
Sep 14, 2017HIT "Commons" Business Plan - Collaborating to advance HIT
In September 2017, the Oregon Health Leadership Council (OHLC) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released the Health Information Technology (HIT) “Commons” Business Plan that will guide the creation of a public/private HIT governance partnership for Oregon. Leveraging current efforts, the HIT Commons is intended to help connect existing HIT systems, support statewide solutions, and to guide future investments that support advancing health IT across Oregon.
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