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Health eServices is composed of industry-based health information technology practitioners and noted academic researchers. We are highly experienced in health IT, data exchange standards, compliance assessment, and testing.

We seek to help entities resolve challenging technologies, policies, and regulatory issues involved with effective sharing of client health information. We seek to provide comprehensive guidance on data standards, regulatory requirements, and sustainable technology practices.

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Recent Health IT Articles Posted By Health eServices

Visualized: Mashing up 2015 Edition Certification and Progress Attestation Requirements

An article from Health IT Buzz

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Have you ever wondered what a health information technology (health IT) developer’s share of meaningful use eligible hospitals looked like compared to its peers? How about the same for eligible clinicians under the Quality Payment Program (QPP)? Well, look no further. Today, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) published two […]

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Guidance on Controlling the Twitter Messages you see and the Notifications you Receive

Protect your mental health from the trolls of social media

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You are impacted by the things you see and read whether you like it or not. It can be hard to erase from your mind undesirable images or messages you receive and they can cause much angst, anger, doubt and grief.

Twitter has recently posted a set of instructions on how you can control what you see on twitter, the conversations you are a part of and the types of notifications you receive.

Take action and mute bad messages so they don't impact you negatively. There is a wealth of good information out there that will engage your mind both positively and critically without exposing you to harm from trolls who are out to manipulate you.

How to Protect Your Privacy as More Apps Harvest Your Data

A New York Times Personal Tech series article by Brian X. Chen

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In this article written by Brian X. Chen from the New York Times he discusses some of the potential ways in which mobile apps that you download to your phone may be collecting and using your personal data in ways you did not know.

One of the key takeaways is that there are ways in which to protect yourself and tools that can help you figure out which apps are collecting your data and how to remove their ability to do so.

Reducing the Clinician Burden: Shaping Health IT as an Asset

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Health IT has helped drive progress in health care over the last decade, but it has also introduced a variety of different challenges, many reported by the clinical community. As we explored in our latest article published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, ONC and other federal partners have taken and continue to take steps to reduce clinician burden when using health IT. 
As adoption of health IT has increased, we have seen firsthand how usability issues associated with the underlying software, 

The post Reducing the Clinician Burden: Shaping Health IT as an Asset appeared first on Health IT Buzz.

Responding to Submissions from Conditions

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Responding to Submissions from ConditionsThe purpose of this video is to show HRSA grantees how to respond to a submission that resulted from a condition on their Notice of Award. We will walk through the steps of reviewing the submission in the EHBs and show how to find the details of the condition and NoA that triggered the submission. Visit www.hrsa.gov.

Researchers’ Perspectives on Accelerating APIs and App Connectivity

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Today’s health information ecosystem is broadening in terms of participants and data availability. The data sources that exist to inform clinical and biomedical research are more diverse than ever, drawing from electronic health records (EHRs), genomic tests, recordings from wearable devices, and patient surveys, to name a few. The insights that can be drawn from these require effective data collection, aggregation, and sharing in addition to health IT infrastructure capable of supporting research goals. To address some of these requirements, 

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