incentive programs are designed to instill the use of EHRs in a meaningful way to support the nation in improving care, efficiency, and population health. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation(Center for Innovation or CMMI)was established to test innovative payment and service delivery models to reduce program expenditures under the applicable titles while preserving or enhancing the quality of care. My Personal Health Record South Carolina (MYPRSC)is a Personal Health Record (PHR) pilot conducted by CMS that provides an online PHR to Medicare beneficiaries who reside in South Carolina and have original (fee-for-service) Medicare. Medicare PHR Choice, a PHR pilot conducted by CMS, for people with original (fee-for-service) Medicare residing in Utah and Arizona. Under the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 (CHIPRA), CMS has awarded ten Quality Demonstration grants in a total of 18 States to
Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 55implement and evaluate provider performance measures, utilize health information technologies such as pediatric electronic health records, and test the effectiveness of provider delivery models such as medical homes. The Affordable Care Act also provides $300 million dollars for the development and implementation of a voluntary Medicaid Adult Health Quality Measures Program- including quality measures that can be collected via electronic health records. “Blue Button” is a web-based portal enabling individuals to manage their personal health information and provide access to health care providers, caregivers, and others they trust. The Blue Button feature allows individuals to access and download information into a text file (or an enhanced PDF) that can be read, printed, or saved on any computer. The download can be broken out by data class or data range. Blue Button allows control of information without special software – and enables individuals the ability to share data with their health care providers, caregivers, or people they trust. It provides consumers with a standardized and reusable copy of their health information through a simple download function on DoD, VA and CMS’ websites.–Food and Drug Administration (FDA)is the primary federal agency responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices, and providing oversight of the nation’s food supply, cosmetics, products that emit radiation, and tobacco products. FDA also promotes the public health by promptly and efficiently reviewing clinical research and taking timely and appropriate action on the marketing of regulated products. The agency’s actions support innovations that make medical products more effective and safer. FDA also helps the public obtain the accurate, science-based information they need to use medical products and appropriately consume foods to improve their health. FDA’s Center for
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