This site provides tools and resources to assist health centers in the selection, implementation, and meaningful use of various health information technologies (HIT). NACHC recognizes that HIT is an important component in a health center’s operations, however, HIT is not an end unto itself but rather a means to assist health care providers to provide high quality care that is safe, effective, timely, patient-centered, efficient and equitable.
HIT or MU Related Questions or Concerns?
Shane Hickey, Senior Advisor, Health IT Strategy & Innovation at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Andy Gulati, Manager, Health Information Technology Training at email@example.com