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Date:1/26/2009

d Noam Arzt, PhD, interim vice president of HIE services, who also noted that all of these products are CCHIT-certified. "Because VITL is encouraging providers to use EHRs that are CCHIT-certified and have passed IHE Connectathon testing, the implementation of health information exchange will be accelerated and done at the lowest possible cost."

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HITSP was established in 2005 as a cooperative partnership between the public and private sectors with direction from the U.S. Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), in cooperation with strategic partners HIMSS, Booz Allen Hamilton and Advanced Technology Institute. Utilizing the nearly century-old open, inclusive, collaborative volunteer-driven approach developed and tested by ANSI, HITSP's harmonization work incorporates the views of 565 organizational members, of which 22 are consumer organizations, to address such areas as EHRs, biosurveillance, consumer empowerment, medication management, quality, and population health.

In Enabling Healthcare Reform Using Information Technology , a detailed report that includes HIMSS' recommendations for healthcare IT in healthcare for the Obama Administration and the 111th Congress, HIMSS recommended the use of HITSP interoperability specifications and CCHIT-certified products in all federally funded healthcare programs and for the codification of HITSP as the national standards harmonization body. More information on these recommendations can
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