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Workgroups and Advisory Panels
 
Health Information Technology and Health Information Exchange Community and Organizational Panel (HCOP)
 
 
The Health Information Technology and Health Information Exchange Community and Organizational (HCOP) is a workgroup formed by the Health Information Technology Oversight Council (HITOC). HCOP’s role is to:
 
  • Facilitate communication and coordination among health information exchanges (HIEs), coordinated care organizations (CCOs), and other healthcare organizations.
    • Identify and share best practices
    • Identify common barriers to HIT and HIE implementation progress; and
    • Identify opportunities for collaboration amongst entities implementing and operating HIT and HIE.
  • Provide strategic input to HITOC and OHA regarding ongoing HIT and HIE strategy, policy, and implementation efforts
 
The HCOP is comprised of representatives from a variety of organizations across Oregon that are actively engaged in implementing or operating HIT and HIE programs.
 
 
HCOP Meeting Schedule
 
 
Meeting details and materials available on the Meetings and Materials page.
 
 
HCOP Membership
Gina Bianco, Jefferson Health Information Exchange (JHIE)
Britteny Matero, CareAccord
Stephanie Mendenhall, Jackson County Health & Human Services
Klint Peterson, IHN-CCO Regional Health Information Collaborative
Deborah Rumsey, Children's Health Alliance
Susan Kirchoff, Emergency Department Information Exchange (EDIE)
Michael Thomas, Central Oregon Health Connect
 
 
 
  
 
Reference: Past HIT Work Groups
2010 to 2011 Workgroups
 
Three workgroups were formed to dive deeper into operational details for Oregon's HIE Strategic and Operational Plans that were submitted to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in August 2010. The Workgroups delivered their recommendations to HITOC on key legal policies, a sustainable finance plan and technology standards and services in Spring 2011. The Workgroups included Finance, Legal and Policy, and Technology.
 
Advisory Panels included a Health Information Organization (HIO) Executive Panel and a Consumer Advisory Panel.