HITSP


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HITSP

(Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel) A volunteer group administered by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Organized in 2005, HITSP has been involved with developing interoperability standards for the healthcare industry. For more information, visit www.hitsp.org. See healthcare IT.
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As a result, the front of the head recorded a higher HITSP (15.6 versus 14.6; = 4.5; p = 0.0339; z = -2.1; p = 0.0379) and RWECP (0.0012 versus 0.0005; = 15.5; p = 0.0004; z = -2.7; p = 0.0077) when compared with the top.
IHE has active domain specifications for a number of healthcare areas, as does HITSP. CCHIT has criteria for ambulatory and inpatient EHR.
The HITSP will also work with other national, regional, and international groups addressing healthcare informatics.
Type 5 * Has the ability to exchange discrete patient data, following HITSP C32 version 2.5 or higher CCD record format, between multiple practices with different EHR products and with hospitals, radiology centers and laboratory facilities, even if they are on separate vendor systems.
The final goal is to produce a streamlined electronic standards implementation guide that outlines how the standards support clinical research and how they fit with existing HITSP guidelines--termed interoperability specifications--already in use within the clinical-care environment.
It is my hope that HITSP continues to serve as the multi-stakeholder group doing the standards harmonization work requested by the Standards Committee.
There is a tremendous body of work being done through standards organizations like HITSP (The Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel, administered by the Washington-based American National Standards Institute in cooperation with partners such as Chicago-based HIMSS).
After reviewing the rules created during CORE's first phase of work, the Health Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) incorporated the CORE eligibility data content section into its first set of interoperability standards.
"There's the Washington, D.C.-based Healthcare IT Standard Panel (HITSP), Certification Commission for Healthcare IT (CCHIT, Chicago) and ONC world, which is out of step with the broad consumer electronics-meets-healthcare world represented by companies like Google (Mountain View, Calif.) and Microsoft (Redmond, Wash.).
In addition, he has the responsibility of coordinating the process of electronic standards harmonization among stakeholders nationwide as Chair of the Health Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP).
The Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) developed a newly defined set of specifications standards called the "security and privacy constructs." HITSP says the new standards will help to ensure the security of patient medical information within an electronic environment as well as to ensure only authorized personnel access it for official purposes.
The Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) hosted an opportunity for public comment on documents the panel is using to draft its next list of recommendations to the American Health Information Community (AHIC).