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Ch3 Hlth Info Mngmt

Health Information Infrastructure and Systems

adverse drug event ADE
Agency for Healthcare Quality & Research AHRQ
American Health Information Community AHIC
America's Health Insurance Plan AHIP
Ambulatory Quality Alliance AQA
College of American Pathologists CAP
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services CMS
clinical decision support CDS
Connecting Communities for Better Health CCBH
Commission on the Certification for Health Information Technology CCHIT
Center for Information Technology Leadership CITL
computerized physicians order entry CPOE
Consolidated Health Informatics Standards CHI
Center for Health Transformation CHT
Department of Health & Human Services DHHS
Digital Imaging Communications in Medicine DICOM
Doctor's Office Quality Information Technology DOQ-IT
decision support system DSS
Electronic Health Records EHRs
Electronic Medical Record EMR
Electronic Prescribing ERX
Food & Drug Administration FDA
General Accounting Office GAO
Government Printing Office GPO
Health Information Exchange HIE
Health Information Technology HIT
Health Information Security and Privacy Collaboration HISPC
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act HIPPA
Health Information and Surveillance Systems Board HISSB
Health Level 7 HL7
Health Resources and Services Administration HRSA
Human Gene Nomenclature HUGH
Institute of Medicine IOM
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers 1073 IEEE 1073
Laboratory Logical Observation Identifier Name Codes LOINC
National Council on Prescription Drug Programs NCPCP
National Center for Vital and Health Statistics NCVHS
National Drug File Reference Terminology NDF-RT
National Health Information Infrastructure NHII
National Health Information Network NHIN
National Resource Center NRC
Office of Management and Budget's Office OMB
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology ONC
Office of Rural Health Policy ORHP
peer-to-peer P2P
personal health information PHI
personal health record PHR
Quality Improvement Organization QIO
request for information RFI
Regional Health Information Organizations RHIOs
return on investments RIO
Sub Network Organization SNO
Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms SNOMED CT
Standards Development Organizations SDOS
has been given responsibility for coordinating HIT efforts throughout federal government ONC - Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
develop/implement nationwide interoperable HIT infrastructure, improve quality & efficiency of health care, & help consumers manage care/safety goal of DHHS regarding HIT
project that will provide basis for simplified/unified system for sharing/revising medical info among government agencies &their private health care providers/insurers Consolidated Health Informatics Standards
Consolidated Health Informatics Standards involves all federal agencies relating to health care, including Dept. of Defense, Dept. Veteran's Affairs, CMS, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, & National Institutes for Health
project intended to ensure communications capacity at all local/state health depts. through full Internet connectivity & training; enables ability to broadcast & receive health alerts Health Alert Network
Health Alert Network being developed by CDC as part of its Public Health Emergency Preparedness & Response Program
played a leadership role in development of data standards, including CHI& NHII DHHS - Department of Health & Human Services
resulted in adoption of standards for federal HIT programs CHI (Consolidated Health Informatics Standards) & NHII (National Health Information Infrastructure) initiatives
collaborative effort to adopt health info interoperability standards, particularly health vocab & messaging standards, for implementation in federal systems Consolidated Health Informatics - CHI
on March 21, 2003 DHHS & Dept of Vet Affairs adopted 5 uniform standards for electronic exchange of clinical health information
messaging standards to ensure each federal agency can share info that will improve coordinated care for patients Health Level 7 - HL7
standards for ordering drugs from retail pharmacies to standardized info between health care providers & pharmacies; already adopted under HIPPA National Council on Prescription Drug Programs - NCPCP
series of standards allowing providers to plug medical devices into info/computer systems in order to monitor info from intensive care through telehealth services Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers 1073 - IEEE 1073
enables images/associated diagnostic info to be retrieved/transferred from various manufacturer's devices & medical staff workstations Digital Imaging Communications in Medicine - DICOM
standardize electronic exchange of clinical lab results Laboratory Logical Observation Identifier Name Codes - LOINC
on May 6, 2004 DHHS & Dept of Vet Affairs adopted 15 more uniform standards for electronic exchange of clinical health information
vocabulary standards for demographic info, units of measure, immunizations, clinical encounters & Clinical Document Architecture for test-based reports (5 standards) HL7 standards adopted on May 6, 2004 by DHHS & Dept of Vet Affair under CHI initiative
standards for lab results contents, nonlab interventions/procedures, anatomy, diagnosis/problems & nursing CAPs Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms
standardize electronic exchange of lab test orders & drug label headers Laboratory Logical Observation Identifier Name Codes
transactions & code sets for electronic exchange of health related info to perform billing/administrative functions HIPPA
standards for exchanging info regarding role of genes in biomedical research in federal health sector Human Gene Nomenclature - HUGH
will help transition to nationwide EHRs by providing DHHS w/input & recommendations on how to make health records digital & interoperable & ensure privacy/security American Health Information Community - AHIC
electronic prescribing standards, demonstration programs that include incentive for HIT, & long-term care demonstrations leveraging info tech Doctor's Office Quality Information Technology - DOQ-IT
work w/consumers & physicians, hospitals, & other caregivers to refine care delivery systems to ensure patients get right care at right time Quality Improvement Organization - QIO
responsible to ensure payment is made, by Medicare, only for medically necessary services & investigates complaints about quality of care QIO
in 2005 QIO assistance to physicians expands from broad focus on improving preventative & chronic care to helping groups of practices in each state
Created by: lfrancois