Tag Archive: CCHIT

by John Moore | April 12, 2010

New Leadership for CCHIT – Will it Make a Difference?

The organization that Chilmark Research has had, at times, a trying relationship with, CCHIT, otherwise known as the Certification Commission […]

by John Moore | December 31, 2009

Meaningful Use Rules Hit the Streets

Late yesterday afternoon, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) who holds the big bucket of ARRA incentive funds […]

by John Moore | August 14, 2009

CCHIT has a Seat at Table – for Now

Today, the HIT Policy Committee met once again, this time to hammer out what the term “certified EHR” means within […]

by John Moore | June 19, 2009

Snippets of the Week

Due to a tremendous workload at Chilmark Research, creating cogent, free content is expensive, at least to us.  Therefore, to […]

by John Moore | June 17, 2009

CHIP Chimes In: Let’s Build an iPhone Platform for HIT

Just received an email this afternoon from Children’s Health Informatics Progam (CHIP) here in Boston announcing the release of a […]

by John Moore | June 05, 2009

Meaningful Use by June 16th

Yesterday, at an mHealth event in Washington DC, Michael Fitzmaurice of AHRQ stated: We’ll tell the world what meaningful use […]

by John Moore | May 29, 2009

Usability & Adoption of EHRs

Policy makers keep wondering why physicians do not readily adopt EMR/EHR software.  Under ONC’s first head, David Brailer, it was […]

by John Moore | May 27, 2009

CCHIT Attempts to Set Record Straight

Mark Leavitt, the leader of CCHIT has apparently had enough and has gone on the offense with a recent post […]

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