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Data Spotlight

The spotlight highlights a new data analysis on EHR adoption and interoperability among skilled nursing facilities, as well as the latest health IT developer market data, and a new dataset and an app that provide state level law and policy data related to patient consent and authorization to share health information.

Data Brief

Electronic Health Record Adoption and Interoperability among U.S. Skilled Nursing Facilities in 2016

This data brief presents key measures on EHR adoption and interoperability from a 2016 nationally representative sample of skilled nursing facilities (SNF). It also describes the variation in EHR adoption and interoperability by SNF characteristics, and examines electronic health information availability at the point of care.

This data brief presents key measures on EHR adoption and interoperability from a 2016 nationally representative sample of skilled nursing facilities (SNF). It also describes the variation in EHR adoption and interoperability by SNF characteristics, and examines electronic health information availability at the point of care. View Data Brief.

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App

Health IT Data Summaries

The Health IT Dashboard provides access to open data and analyses and visualizations of this data. This web-app allows you to create a custom summary of the latest national and state health IT data and statistics available through the Dashboard. The summaries are meant to provide quick access to relevant health IT measures of EHR adoption, health information exchange, and other health IT use, as well as access to ONC

The Health IT Dashboard provides access to open data and analyses and visualizations of this data. This web-app allows you to create a custom summary of the latest national and state health IT data and statistics available through the Dashboard. The summaries are meant to provide quick access to relevant health IT measures of EHR adoption, health information exchange, and other health IT use, as well as access to ONC's analyses and evaluations of health IT programs. View App.

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App

State Health IT Privacy and Consent Laws and Policies

This application visualizes the open dataset, State Health  IT Privacy and Consent Laws and Policies. This data includes details for those state policies that govern patient consent for the exchange of personal health information as well as standards and authorization required for the disclosure of patient mental health information.  The app is interactive and allows you to choose from four different policies or laws to see details and variation across states for each policy or law. These four policies or laws are: 1) State Health Information Exchange (HIE) Consent Policies; 2) State-Sponsored HIE Consent Policies; 3) State Laws Requiring Authorization to Disclose Mental Health Information for Treatment, Payment, and Health Care Operations (TPO); and 4) State Laws that Apply a Minimum Necessary Standard to Treatment Disclosures of Mental Health Information.

This application visualizes the open dataset, State Health IT Privacy and Consent Laws and Policies. This data includes details for those state policies that govern patient consent for the exchange of personal health information as well as standards and authorization required for the disclosure of patient mental health information. The app is interactive and allows you to choose from four different policies or laws to see details and variation across states for each policy or law. These four policies or laws are: 1) State Health Information Exchange (HIE) Consent Policies; 2) State-Sponsored HIE Consent Policies; 3) State Laws Requiring Authorization to Disclose Mental Health Information for Treatment, Payment, and Health Care Operations (TPO); and 4) State Laws that Apply a Minimum Necessary Standard to Treatment Disclosures of Mental Health Information. View App.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, consent, privacy, consent law, state, HIE, Health information exchange, HIE consent policies, State-sponsored HIE Consent policies, state laws, authorization, mental health information, minimum necessary standard, treatment, payment, health care operations, TPO, patient information, personal health information

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Dataset

State Health IT Privacy and Consent Laws and Policies

This data was collected by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT in coordination with Clinovations and the George Washington University Milken Institute of Public Health. ONC and its partners collected the data through research of state government and health information organization websites. The dataset provides policy and law details for four distinct policies or laws, and, where available, hyperlinks to official state records or websites. These four policies or laws are: 1) State Health Information Exchange (HIE) Consent Policies; 2) State-Sponsored HIE Consent Policies; 3) State Laws Requiring Authorization to Disclose Mental Health Information for Treatment, Payment, and Health Care Operations (TPO); and 4) State Laws that Apply a Minimum Necessary Standard to Treatment Disclosures of Mental Health Information. Access Dataset.

Keywords: health information technology, hit, health IT, healthit, health care, healthcare, consent, privacy, consent law, state, HIE, Health information exchange, HIE consent policies, State-sponsored HIE Consent policies, state laws, authorization, mental health information, minimum necessary standard, treatment, payment, health care operations, TPO, patient information, personal health information

20170712

Dataset

EHR Developers Reported by Health Care Providers Participating in Federal Programs

The Medicare & Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs provide incentives to eligible ambulatory and inpatient providers to adopt electronic health records. This dataset provides the counts of health care providers that have reported a developer's product through participation in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program. The data are provided beginning in 2011. This dataset enables the tracking of trends in the adoption of healthIT by developer and by both office-based health care providers and non-federal acute-care hospitals. Filter the data by Program Year to get the most recent counts by health care provider type. The most recent data is available through the 2016 Program Year. Access Dataset.

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20170707

Dataset

EHR Products Used for Meaningful Use Attestation

The Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program provides incentives to eligible clinicians and hospitals to adopt electronic health records. This dataset combines meaningful use attestations from the Medicare EHR Incentive Program and certified health IT product data from the ONC Certified Health IT Product List (CHPL) to identify the unique vendors, products, and product types of each certified health IT product used to attest to meaningful use. The dataset also includes important provider-specific data, related to the provider's participation and status in the program, unique provider identifiers, and other characteristics unique to each provider, like geography and provider type. Access Dataset.

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Quick Stat

Certified Health IT Developers and Editions Reported by Ambulatory Health Care Professionals Participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program

As of July 2017, 684 health IT developers supply certified health IT to 354,395 ambulatory primary care physicians, medical and surgical specialists, podiatrists, optometrists, dentists, and chiropractors participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program. Of those 354,395 providers, over 82% have 2014 certified edition technology. Epic Systems, Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, athenahealth, and NextGen Healthcare supply 2014 certified technology to 60% of all providers that have reported 2014 edition technology. Epic Systems, alone, supplies 2014 certified technology to over 30% of all those providers.

As of July 2017, 684 health IT developers supply certified health IT to 354,395 ambulatory primary care physicians, medical and surgical specialists, podiatrists, optometrists, dentists, and chiropractors participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program. Of those 354,395 providers, over 82% have 2014 certified edition technology. Epic Systems, Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, athenahealth, and NextGen Healthcare supply 2014 certified technology to 60% of all providers that have reported 2014 edition technology. Epic Systems, alone, supplies 2014 certified technology to over 30% of all those providers. View Quick Stat.

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Quick Stat

Certified Health IT Developers and Editions Reported by Hospitals Participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program

As of July 2017, 186 certified health IT developers supply certified health IT to the 4,520 non-federal acute care hospitals, including Critical Access hospitals, participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program. Of those 4,520 hospitals, 96% have 2014 certified edition technology. Cerner, MEDITECH, Epic Systems, CPSI and its subsidiaries, McKesson, and MEDHOST supply 2014 certified technology to 92% of hospitals that have reported 2014 edition technology. Including Allscripts, Health Care Systems, QuadraMed, and Prognosis, these 10 health IT developers altogether supply 2014 technology to over 98% of hospitals.

As of July 2017, 186 certified health IT developers supply certified health IT to the 4,520 non-federal acute care hospitals, including Critical Access hospitals, participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program. Of those 4,520 hospitals, 96% have 2014 certified edition technology. Cerner, MEDITECH, Epic Systems, CPSI and its subsidiaries, McKesson, and MEDHOST supply 2014 certified technology to 92% of hospitals that have reported 2014 edition technology. Including Allscripts, Health Care Systems, QuadraMed, and Prognosis, these 10 health IT developers altogether supply 2014 technology to over 98% of hospitals. View Quick Stat.

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Report to Congress

2016 Report to Congress on Health IT Progress: Examining the HITECH Era and the Future of Health IT

The 2016 Report to Congress on Health Information Technology Progress is prepared by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to describe the specific actions that have been taken by the federal government and private entities to facilitate the adoption of a nationwide system for the electronic use and exchange of health information. Since the passage of the HITECH Act, the health IT  landscape has dramatically evolved.  Hospitals and health care providers are using health IT at unprecedented levels. This rapid digitization of the health system was the result of many factors, including extensive collaboration among clinicians, hospitals, technologists, patient and consumer advocates, and experts from all over the country. This progress, where an extraordinary amount of electronic health information and infrastructure now exist that the country lacked merely a decade ago, has set the stage for a transition in focus to the seamless and secure flow of this health information – also known as interoperability – to improve the health and care of individuals and communities. HHS will continue to work with public and private sector partners in the months and years to come to ensure that people, organizations, and communities can easily access actionable electronic health information when and where it matters most.

The 2016 Report to Congress on Health Information Technology Progress is prepared by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to describe the specific actions that have been taken by the federal government and private entities to facilitate the adoption of a nationwide system for the electronic use and exchange of health information. Since the passage of the HITECH Act, the health IT landscape has dramatically evolved. Hospitals and health care providers are using health IT at unprecedented levels. This rapid digitization of the health system was the result of many factors, including extensive collaboration among clinicians, hospitals, technologists, patient and consumer advocates, and experts from all over the country. This progress, where an extraordinary amount of electronic health information and infrastructure now exist that the country lacked merely a decade ago, has set the stage for a transition in focus to the seamless and secure flow of this health information – also known as interoperability – to improve the health and care of individuals and communities. HHS will continue to work with public and private sector partners in the months and years to come to ensure that people, organizations, and communities can easily access actionable electronic health information when and where it matters most. View Report to Congress.

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