CalOHII is committed to supporting secure health information movement in California.
The California Office of Health Information Integrity (CalOHII) continues to support better health outcomes in California. CalOHII Director Pamela Lane explains:
"CalOHII's work is focused on making confidential health information available when and where it's needed. In past years, the focus has been on the federal Health Information Exchange grant project to move patient information securely to providers, payers, and patients themselves. We are now focused on expanding those 'lessons learned' to coordinate data exchange among State departments that manage patient information."
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News & Publications
EHR Support for L.A. County Health Care Providers to Continue into 2016 with L.A. Care Extension Award
April 2015 LOS ANGELES – HITEC-LA, a project of L.A. Care Health Plan, the nation’s largest publicly operated health plan, was awarded a 14-month no-cost extension from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to continue until June 2016. View the full article.
HIPAA In Focus
The January-March 2015, issue of the HIPAA In Focus is now available. This issue includes the Deputy Secretary’s Corner, release of the draft State Health Information Policy Manual (SHIPM), and an update on the development of the Compliance Review Program. View the In Focus newsletter here.
Informational Session on SAMHSA Funding Opportunity for HIEs & OTPs
January 2015 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) will host two informational sessions to announce a funding opportunity that will support pilots to improve access and continuity of care for patients in opioid treatment programs (OTPs). The pilots will implement health information technology (HIT) to assist patients in sharing their health information with other providers to provide improved continuity of care in the event of an emergency or other service disruption. These pilots will incorporate the Data Segmentation for Privacy (DS4P) standards. The information sessions will present an overview of the opportunity, followed by a questions & answer session. The request for applications for this program will be formally released on February 15, 2015.
For more information on DS4P: