December 17, 2010 – Two federal health information technology advisory committees are seeking public comment by Thursday, December 23 on issues related to development of a Standards and Interoperability Framework that would create a repeatable process to improve interoperability, and concepts for future meaningful use clinical quality measures.
The HIT Standards Committee has a number of questions regarding the criteria to evaluate initiatives that could use the framework. The criteria are grouped into four categories: importance/relevance, feasibility, usability, and evidence-based medicine and research support.
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