Health Information Technology Toolkit for Critical Access and Small Hospitals

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Health Information Technology Toolkit for Critical Access and Small Hospitals

Description

The Health Information Technology (HIT) Toolkit for Critical Access and Small Hospitals helps these health care organizations assess their readiness and plan, select, implement, make effective use of, and exchange important information about the clients they serve. The toolkit contains numerous resources, including tools for telehealth, health information exchange, and personal health records.

The toolkit supplies a variety of tools for use at different points in HIT adoption. It consists of seven stages categorized into three main sections:

  • Section 1: Adopt
    • Assess
    • Plan
    • Select
  • Section 2: Utilize
    • Implement
    • Effective use
  • Section 3: Exchange
    • Readiness
    • Interoperate

Developer:

Stratis Health

Funding Sources:

Stratis Health

History

Release Date: 2010
Original Summary: July 2010
Last Updated: 09/01/10

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