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HITECH

(1) See high tech.

(2) (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act) A part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) that pertains to healthcare information. It extends the privacy requirements enacted in HIPAA beyond the healthcare providers to the services and companies with which they do business. See HIPAA and healthcare IT.
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It's worth stating that during the month of September, HiTech Service is holding a promo campaign where HiTech Service offers to fix or service your business or personal computers for free.
DEEP THOUGHT and HITECH remained the only undefeated teams going into round three, and they were paired to play.
PrimeSuite's fully integrated quality and outcomes reporting already supports the PQRI [Physician Quality Reporting Initiative], and it will accommodate whatever final quality metrics may come down relating to HITECH.
If you have the same troubles with attackers, call HiTech.
The HITECH Act also provides for a grace period for compliance with these new accounting requirements, including an extended grace period (until January 1, 2014) for those covered entities that began using EHRs prior to January 1, 2009.
The purpose of this webinar is to provide an update on business associate liability under HIPAA and the HITECH Act regulations by explaining the following aspects of the covered entity and business associate relationship in the context of recent changes in the law occasioned by the HIPAA Omnibus Rule modifying the HITECH Act.
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com)-- One of the HiTech Service's clients, a large multinational company, decided to move production server infrastructure from a datacenter, which had been maintained by another large multinational company, to a cloud hosting, Rackspace.