Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality AHRQ’s health information technology (HIT) initiative is part of the Nation’s strategy to put information technology to work in healthcare. By developing secure and private electronic health records for most Americans and making health information available electronically when and where it is needed, HIT can improve the quality of care, even as it makes health care more cost effective.
Certified Health IT Product List
The Certified HIT Product List (CHPL) provides the authoritative, comprehensive listing of complete EHRs and EHR modules that have been tested and certified under the Temporary Certification Program maintained by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for HIT. Only the product versions that are included on the CHPL are certified under the ONC Temporary Certification Program. Please note that the CHPL is a snapshot of the current list of certified products. The CHPL is updated frequently as newly certified products are reported to ONC.
Kansas Health Information Technology Initiative
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), the state designee for health information technology, is facilitating the creation of strategic and operational plans for a statewide infrastructure for health information exchange (HIE). The primary goal of this health information exchange is to enable healthcare stakeholders to share data for coordinating patient care and to support public entities in achieving their population health goals.