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ONC Commended for Enforcement Actions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
9.2.15
Contact: Katherine Weekley
Email: [email protected]
Health IT Now Commends ONC for Enforcement Actions
Health IT Now (HITN) issued the following statement following today’s ONC announcement on decertification of two EHR products:

“Health IT Now commends ONC on utilizing their enforcement tools to penalize bad actors.

21 Organizations Support the TELE-MED Act of 2015

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8.14.15
Contact: Katherine Weekley
Email: [email protected]
21 Organizations Support the TELE-MED Act of 2015
On August 11, 2015, 21 organizations sent letters of support to the House and Senate sponsors of the TELEmedicine for MEDicare (TELE-MED) Act of 2015.

Health IT Now’s statement on the Senate HELP Committee hearing on Information blocking

Health IT Now issued the following statement in response to the Senate HELP Committee hearing on Information blocking:
Health IT Now continues to believe that information blocking is one of the main impediments to widespread interoperability.

Health IT Now Releases White Paper on 21st Century Genomic Infrastructure

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
7.23.15
Contact: Katherine Weekley
Email: [email protected]
Health IT Now and Center for Data Innovation Release White Paper on 21st Century Genomic Infrastructure
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Health IT Now Coalition and the Center for Data Innovation released a white paper on genomics.

Health IT Now Commends Re-Introduction of the TELEmedicine for MEDicare Act

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7.16.15
Contact: Katherine Weekley
Email: [email protected]
Health IT Now Commends Re-Introduction of the TELEmedicine for MEDicare Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Health IT Now Coalition commends Congressmen Devin Nunes and Frank Pallone, and Senators Mazie K.

Health IT Now Applauds Passage of 21st Century Cures Act

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7.10.15
Contact: Katherine Weekley
(612) 387-8083
Email: [email protected]
Health IT Now Applauds Passage of 21st Century Cures Act
Washington, D.C. – The Health IT Now Coalition applauds the House for passing the 21st Century Cures Act by a vote of 344-77. The bill will promote the use of data and innovative technology to improve health and lower costs.

Health IT Now Submits Comment Letter to Senate Finance Committee

Health IT Now submitted a comment letter to Senate Finance Committee with recommendations for the improvement of care that Medicare patients with chronic conditions receive. We believe that health information is a crucial component in coordinating the care, reduced costs and standardized systems required to improve health outcomes.

Health IT Now on the 21st Century Cures Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
6.23.15
Contact: Katherine Weekley
Email: [email protected]
@HealthITNow

Washington, D.C. – Today, along with 30 organizations, Health IT Now wrote a letter to House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton, Ranking Member Frank Pallone, Congresswoman DeGette, and Congressman Burgess, commending their efforts on the interoperability provisions of H.R.

Health IT Now Calls on Congress to Remove Telehealth Restrictions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
5.11.15
Contact: Molly Nunez
(612) 387-8083
Email: [email protected]
@HealthITNow
Health IT Now Calls on Congress to Remove Telehealth Restrictions
 Washington, D.C.

Health IT Now Applauds Latest Draft of 21st Century Cures Legislation

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4.29.15
Contact: Molly Nunez
(612) 387-8083
Email: [email protected]

 
Health IT Now Applauds Latest Draft of 21st Century Cures Legislation
 

Washington, D.C. – Today, the bipartisan leadership of the House Energy and Commerce Committee released new draft legislation as a part of 21st Century Cures.

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