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Health Information Technology Oversight Council

Health Information Technology Oversight Council (HITOC)

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

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HITOC welcomes new members

The Health Information Technology Oversight Council (HITOC) is pleased to announce the appointment of 5 new members and renewal of 5 members as approved by OHBP on July 6, 2021. The new members fill important gaps in oral health, social determinants of health, public health, rural health, and academic perspective. As well as adding racial and ethnic representation and maintaining geographic diversity. Their terms will begin August 5. Welcome to Dr. Manu Chaudhry, Dr. David Dorr, Carly Hood-Ronick, Abdisalan Muse, and Diane Tschauner! HITOC roster >

Seats remain open to fill additional gaps. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis. The application and background information can be found on our recruitment page here >

Current Meetings

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HITOC Workgroups public meeting schedule here > 

Background and Reports

The Health IT Oversight Council (HITOC) is in the midst of updating Oregon’s strategic plan for health IT. HITOC’s strategic plan is for everyone in Oregon, not just Medicaid/Oregon Health Plan. Its statewide strategies include state agencies, hospitals, health systems, CCOs and health insurance companies, clinicians and clinic staff, technology partners, consumers/patients, and more.

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