Health Information Technology Adoption Toolbox

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Health Information Technology Adoption Toolbox

Description

This toolbox is filled with resources for health centers as well as other safety net and ambulatory care providers seeking to implement health information technology (IT) to improve the overall effectiveness of their institutions.

It is organized into modules with a question-and-answer format and compiles a range of resources relevant to all stages of considering, planning, executing, and evaluating the implementation of health IT. In addition, it includes publicly available resources, as well as resources developed by the Health Resources and Services Administration explicitly for this toolbox.

The modules include:

  • Introduction to health IT
  • Getting started
  • Opportunities for collaboration
  • Project management and oversight
  • Planning for technology implementation
  • Organizational change management and training
  • System implementation
  • Evaluation, optimizing, and sustaining
  • Advanced topics
  • Open source and public domain software
  • Privacy and security

Developer:

Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Health Information Technology

Funding Sources:

Health Resources and Services Administration

History

Last Updated: 08/13/14

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