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Total Federal Grant Funds for Indiana Health Information Technology Efforts Climb to Nearly $50 Million; Latest $16 Million Installment Spotlights Indiana Health Information Exchange in Delivering Higher Quality and Higher Value Healthcare Through M
Date:5/4/2010

capabilities through a new state-chartered non-profit entity, Indiana Health Information Technology, Inc.

In February, Indiana received more than $20 million in additional funding for HIT-related programs through the ARRA.  Purdue University received a $12 million competitive award to advance the development of a university-based regional extension center program for health information technology; Ivy Tech received a $5 million competitive award to provide accelerated training for an HIT-skilled workforce; and the Indianapolis Public Industry Council received $4.8 million for training of nurses and allied health professionals in HIT. 

Indiana University also received $1.4 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for other, university-based HIT training programs in April.

To promote the state's collective assets and national leadership in HIT, in 2009 BioCrossroads launched Exibhit Indiana (Expanding Indiana's Breakthroughs in Health Information Technology), an ongoing initiative focused on cataloging and catalyzing the development and effective use of HIT within Indiana and across the U.S.

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