The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology is making available more than $38 million in grants to 20 organizations in 19 states to increase the adoption and use of interoperable health IT tools and services that support the electronic exchange of health information.

The bulk of the funding—$29.6 million—is going to a two-year cooperative agreement program supporting the efforts of 12 states or state-designated entities. Awardees will work with ONC to increase the integration of health information to support care processes and decision making, among other objectives.

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