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Open health IT datasets of ONC program performance, surveys of health care providers, and other data related to ONC planning and policy making. You can search all the data below.

Last Updated: 06/01/2016

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Certified Health IT Developer Transparency and Disclosure Data

A more transparent health IT marketplace can promote competition, discourage information blocking, and make developers accountable to the needs of health care professionals and other health IT purchasers. This dataset provides access to the transparency attestation and mandatory product disclosures for all developers of certified health IT products. The data is available in [.csv] and [.json] formats, including full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

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20160601

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EHR Products Used for Meaningful Use Attestation

The Medicare EHR Incentive Program provides financial incentives to eligible hospitals and ambulatory providers to adopt and meaningfully use certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT). EHR technology reported by participants are certified by ONC. This dataset provides the CEHRT reported by providers when they annually attest to meaningful use. The dataset includes attestations from 2011 through the current date of the data. The data page includes data access in [.csv] format and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, ehr vendor, ehr vendors, ehr developer, ehr developers, health IT vendor, health IT vendors, health IT developer, health IT developers, market, market share, ehr company, ehr companies, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, health care providers, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, critical access, adoption, use

20160321

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Office-based Physician EHR Adoption and Use

Now with 2014 survey estimates. The adoption and use of electronic health records is a key ONC priority. Office-based physicians', the principal providers of practice-based outpatient care, adoption and use of EHRs is integral to achieve this priority. ONC annually tracks physician performance for several key metrics, including EHR adoption, health information exchange, and patient engagement. This dataset provides national and state rates for these metrics. The rates are calculated from results of the National Electronic Health Records Survey (NEHRS). The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, health care providers, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, health information exchange, hie, share health information, share electronic health information, laboratory results, lab results, patient engagement, consumer engagement, patient access, consumer access, adoption, use, exchange, engagement, electronic health information, electronic copy, e-copy, e copy, personal health information, phi, rural, primary care, medical, surgical, specialists, secure message, secure messaging, vdt, view, download, transmit, patient health information, urban, rural, small practice, ambulatory providers, hospitals, clinical summary, clinical summaries

20160226

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Hospital Public Health Reporting

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) EHR Incentive Program provides incentive payments for eligible hospitals to adopt and meaningfully use certified health IT. Among the requirements to receive an incentive payment, participating hospitals must report on public health measures. These measures include the electronic reporting of data regarding: immunizations, emergency department visits (syndromic surveillance), and reportable infectious disease laboratory results. This dataset provides access to the percent of eligible hospitals who reported on these measures to the Medicare EHR Incentive Prorgram in 2013 and 2014. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, health care providers, laboratory results, lab results, electronic exchange, immunization information services, public health, syndromic surveillance, electronic laboratory reporting, electronic lab reporting, electronic immunization data, local public health agency, local public health agencies, public health measures

20160226

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State Health IT Policy Levers Activities, Directory, and Points of Contact

The State Health IT Policy Levers Compendium contains 32 distinct policy levers and over 300 examples of how states use these levers to promote health IT and advance interoperability. The information contained in this compendium was collected by Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in coordination with state governments. The data page provides access to the Compendium's three distinct data products: the Example Activities Catalog, the Policy Levers Directory, and the State Points of Contact. The data page provides access to these datasets in [.csv] and [.xml] formats and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, programs, grants, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, health information exchange, hie, share health information, share electronic health information, privacy, security, safety, safeguards, quality, efficiency, interoperability, interoperable, adoption, use, exchange, engagement, Accountable Care Arrangements,Advanced Directives Registry,Advanced Primary Care Arrangements,All Payer Claims Database(APCD) Policies,Certificate of Need(CON) Regulations,Credentialing Policies,Demonstrations to Integrate Care for Dually Eligible Beneficiaries,eCQM Reporting,Episode of Care Risk-Sharing,E-Prescribing(eRx) Mandate or Encouragement,Federal or State Grants,HIE Advisory Council Oversight Board,HIE Connection or Interoperability Mandate,Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Program,Medicaid State Plan Amendments(SPA),Medicaid Waivers and Demonstrations,Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs(PDMP),Private Grants Contracts,Provider Licensure,Public Health Surveillance,Qualified Health Plan Certification Requirements,Rate Setting and Rate Review,State Appropriated Funds,State Assessment,Fee,Tax,or Tax-like Fund,State Designation of Exchange Entity,State HIE HISP Accreditation,Certification,Registration,or Qualification,State Insurance Commissioner Policies,State Lab Requirements,State Privacy and Security Policies,State Purchasing/Contracting of Health Care Services,State Purchasing Contracting of Health IT Infrastructure(non-Medicaid),State-level Legal Protections

20151216

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Non-federal Acute Care Hospital EHR Adoption and Use

The adoption and use of electronic health records is a key ONC priority. Non-federal acute care hospitals', the principal providers of short term and emergency inpatient care, adoption and use of EHRs is integral to achieve this priority. ONC annually tracks hospital performance for several key metrics, including EHR adoption, health information exchange, and patient engagement. This dataset provides national and state rates for these metrics. The rates are calculated from results of the American Hospital Association Annual Survey/ Health IT Supplement. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, health information exchange, hie, share health information, share electronic health information, laboratory results, lab results, summary of care, summary of care record, electronic exchange, patient engagement, consumer engagement, patient access, consumer access, view download transmit, vdt, view health information online, download health information online, transmit health information online, secure message, secure messaging, adoption, use, exchange, engagement, rural, health care providers, electronic health information, electronic copy, e-copy, e copy, personal health information, phi

20151001

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ONC Budget Performance Measure Data

As part of the annual budget formulation process, ONC provides updates to measures that track the performance of agency priorities and goals. These measures track agency priorities for electronic health record adoption, health information exchange, patient engagement, and privacy and security. The data page provides access to this dataset in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, cehrt, chit, certified ehrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, basic ehrs, basic emrs, programs, grants, grantees, regional extension centers, recs, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, ambulatory, office-based, office based, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, health care providers, pharmacy, pharmacies, retail community pharmacy, retail community pharmacies, health information exchange, hie, share health information, share electronic health information, summary of care, summary of care record, electronic exchange, patient engagement, consumer engagement, patient access, consumer access, view download transmit, vdt, view health information online, download health information online, transmit health information online, electronic prescribing, erx, e-prescribing, e prescribing, e prescribers, e-prescribers, prescriptions, e prescriptions, e-prescriptions, privacy, security, adoption, personal health information, phi, electronic health information

20150930

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Federal Health IT Strategic Plan: 2015-2020 Goals

The Federal Health IT Strategic Plan: 2015-2020 explains how the federal government intends to apply the effective use of information and technology to help the nation achieve high-quality care, lower costs, a healthy population, and engaged individuals. This dataset includes the full list of goals, objectives, and strategies that comprise the Plan. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, planning, strategic plans, electronic health information, electronic copy, e-copy, e copy, personal health information, phi, privacy, security, safety, safeguards, quality, efficiency, interoperability, interoperable, adoption, use, exchange, engagement, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, health care providers, home health, behavioral health, long term care, ambulatory, inpatient, critical access, primary care, clinical laboratory, clinical lab, clinical laboratories, clinical labs, pharmacy, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, research

20150915

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Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) EHR Incentive Program Measures

The CMS EHR Incentive Program provides financial incentives to eligible hospitals and ambulatory providers to adopt and meaningfully use certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT). This dataset Includes 12 measures of the share of all hospitals, office-based physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants in each state who have demonstrated meaningful use of certified health IT and/or received an incentive payment for the adoption, implementation, or upgrade of any EHR. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, critical access, health care providers, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, adoption, use, rural, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade

20150601

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EHR Vendors Reported by Health Care Providers Participating in Federal Programs

The CMS EHR Incentive Program provides financial incentives to eligible hospitals and ambulatory providers to adopt and meaningfully use certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT), and the ONC Regional Extension Centers (REC) Program provides technical assistance to providers to assist their adoption and meaningful use of CEHRT. This dataset provides a time series count of CEHRT vendors reported by providers participating in the CMS EHR Incentive Program and/or ONC REC Program. The data page includes data access in [.csv] format and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, ehr vendor, ehr vendors, ehr developer, ehr developers, health IT vendor, health IT vendors, health IT developer, health IT developers, market, market share, ehr company, ehr companies, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, health care providers, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, critical access, adoption, use, regional extension centers, recs

20150601

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ONC Regional Extension Centers (REC) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) by Grantee

The ONC Regional Extension Centers (REC) Program provides technical assistance to providers to assist their adoption and meaningful use of CEHRT. This dataset provides REC Program goals and milestones by individual REC grantee. Program goals and milestones are further segmented by provider participation in the program, provider practice setting, provider speciality, and practice area type. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, regional extension centers, recs, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, critical access, hospitals, health care providers, adoption, use, exchange, engagement, rural, programs, grants

20150601

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ONC Regional Extension Centers (REC) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) by State

The ONC Regional Extension Centers (REC) Program provides technical assistance to providers to assist their adoption and meaningful use of CEHRT. This dataset provides REC Program goals and milestones by U.S. state. Program goals and milestones are further segmented by provider participation in the program, provider practice setting, provider speciality, and practice area type. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, regional extension centers, recs, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, critical access, hospitals, health care providers, adoption, use, exchange, engagement, rural, programs, grants

20150601

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ONC Regional Extension Centers (REC) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) by County

The ONC Regional Extension Centers (REC) Program provides technical assistance to providers to assist their adoption and meaningful use of CEHRT. This dataset provides the total primary and non-primary health care professionals that have signed up, gone live, and demonstrated meaningful use of CEHRT through the assistance of the REC program by U.S. county. The data page includes data access in [.csv] format and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, regional extension centers, recs, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, basic ehrs, certified ehrs, basic emrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, critical access, hospitals, health care providers, adoption, use, exchange, engagement, rural, programs, grants

20150601

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ONC Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Grantee List

The HITECH Act was passed as a part of the American Reconstruction and Recovery Act (ARRA). The Act included several new grant programs and regulatory authorities for ONC. This dataset is a list of all ONC HITECH Act programs, their grantees, and grantee data, including: locations, funding, and contact information. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, programs, grants, regional extension centers, recs, sharp, sharps, sharpc, sharpn, smart, workforce, students, trainees, training, employed, employment, university based training, community college consortia, curriculum development, beacon communities, state hie, state health information exchange, state hie cooperative agreement, state health information exchange cooperative agreement, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade, privacy, security, safety, safeguards, quality, efficiency, interoperability, interoperable, adoption, use, exchange, engagement

20150601

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ONC Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Grantee Crosswalk

The HITECH Act was passed as a part of the American Reconstruction and Recovery Act (ARRA). The Act included several new grant programs and regulatory authorities for ONC. This dataset includes the states, zip codes, and counties for the service areas of ONC's Regional Extension Centers (REC) and Beacon Communities programs. The data page includes data access in [.csv] format and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, programs, grants, regional extension centers, recs, sharp, sharps, sharpc, sharpn, smart, workforce, students, trainees, training, employed, employment, university based training, community college consortia, curriculum development, beacon communities, state hie, state health information exchange, state hie cooperative agreement, state health information exchange cooperative agreement, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade, privacy, security, safety, safeguards, quality, efficiency, interoperability, interoperable, adoption, use, exchange, engagement

20141231

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Office-based Health Care Providers Database

This dataset includes the estimated number of primary and non-primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants by state and county from 2011 through 2013. This data is summarized by geographic location, using source data from SK&A, a market research firm. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, rural, urban

20141231

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Strategic Health IT Advanced Research Projects (SHARP) Output Inventory

The SHARP program was established by ONC to support innovative research and to address well-documented problems that impede the adoption and use of health IT. This dataset compiles the entire inventory of project outputs from the SHARP program's grantees. The data page includes data access in [.csv] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, cehrt, chit, certified ehrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, programs, grants, sharp, sharps, sharpc, sharpn, smart, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, security of health information technology, privacy, security, patient-centered cognitive support, usability, health care application and network design, application programming interfaces, health information exchange, hie, share information, health care providers, patient access, consumer access, personal health information, phi, accessibility, secondary use of ehr information, electronic clinical data, patient generated data, ehr vendor, ehr vendors, ehr developer, ehr developers, health IT vendor, health IT vendors, health IT developer, health IT developers, ehr company, ehr companies, safety, safeguards, quality, efficiency, interoperability, interoperable, adoption, use, exchange, engagement

20140930

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Electronic Prescribing Adoption and Use by State

Electronic prescribing (eRx) is a key component of the meaningful use of health IT to improve health care quality and lower costs. This dataset includes national and state eRx and health information exchange activity by community pharmacies and office-based health care providers active through the Surescripts Network. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, electronic prescribing, erx, e-prescribing, e prescribing, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, pharmacy, pharmacies, retail community pharmacy, retail community pharmacies, health care providers, e prescribers, e-prescribers, primary care, prescriptions, e prescriptions, e-prescriptions, medication history, surescripts

20140601

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Electronic Prescribing Adoption and Use by County

Electronic prescribing (eRx) is a key component of the meaningful use of health IT to improve health care quality and lower costs. This dataset includes county-level electronic prescribing (eRx) and health information exchange activity by community pharmacies and office-based health care providers active through the Surescripts Network. The data page includes data access in [.csv] format and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, electronic prescribing, erx, e-prescribing, e prescribing, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, pharmacy, pharmacies, retail community pharmacy, retail community pharmacies, health care providers, e prescribers, e-prescribers, primary care, prescriptions, e prescriptions, e-prescriptions, medication history, surescripts

20140601

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ONC Community College Consortia to Educate Health IT Professionals Program Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

The ONC Community College Consortia to Educate Health IT Professionals Program was established to help train students as health IT professionals. This dataset includes the number of health IT professionals by state trained through and actively enrolled over the duration of the program. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, programs, grants, grantees, workforce, students, trainees, training, employed, employment, community college consortia, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, professionals

20140601

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Students Trained through ONC Workforce Programs

The ONC Community College Consortia to Educate Health IT Professionals Program and University-based Training Program were established to help train students as health IT professionals. This dataset includes the number of health IT professionals trained over the duration of these programs. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, programs, grants, grantees, workforce, students, trainees, training, employed, employment, university based training, community college consortia, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, professionals

20140601

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Effects of Meaningful Use Functionalities on Health Care Quality, Safety, and Efficiency

ONC completed a systematic review of the health IT literature from January 2010 to August 2013. The review updates previous reviews, focusing specifically on identifying and summarizing the evidence related to the use of health IT as outlined in the Meaningful Use regulations. This dataset compiles all the reviewed literature, including the findings from the review. The data page includes data access in [.csv], [.json] and [.xml] formats, and full documentation for the data. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, data, statistics, rates, measures, metrics, indicators, health data, health IT data, open data, open government, government dashboard, project open data, open data initiative, onc, office of the national coordinator for health IT, hhs, US department of health and human services, electronic health records, ehrs, electronic medical records, emrs, certified health it, certified health information technology, cehrt, chit, certified ehrs, certified emrs, ehr systems, emr systems, hitech act, recovery act, arra, federal stimulus, ehrs incentive programs, meaningful use, mu, aiu, adopt, implement, upgrade, physicians, doctors, professionals, clinicians, medical practitioners, mds, general practitioners, eligible professionals, eps, ambulatory, office-based, office based, physician assistants, pas, nurse practitioners, nps, hospitals, health care facility, health care facilities, health centers, medical centers, eligible hospitals, ehs, health information exchange, hie, share health information, share electronic health information, laboratory results, lab results, summary of care, electronic exchange, patient specific education, request prescription online, patient generated data, electronic notification, electronic query, e-notification, e notification, e-query, e query, electronic prescribing, erx, e-prescribing, e prescribing, e prescribers, e-prescribers, prescriptions, e prescriptions, e-prescriptions, medication history, summary of care record, transitions of care, care transitions, barcode medication administration, clinical decision support, cds, computerized provider order entry, cpoe, medication lists, patient care reminders, patient lists by condition, problem lists, patient engagement, consumer engagement, patient access, consumer access, privacy, security, safety, safeguards, quality, efficiency, immunization information services, public health, syndromic surveillance, electronic laboratory reporting, electronic lab reporting, electronic immunization data, local public health agency, local public health agencies, public health measures, literature review

20140131