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Health Information Technology

Health Information Technology is the application of information technology relating to health and healthcare. This typically includes the exchange of health information, such as electronic health records transferring between healthcare providers.

Authors: Erica Richman | Brianna Lombardi | Lisa de Saxe Zerden | Alexandria Forte

Topics: Diversity, Health Information Technology

December 7, 2021
This article assesses how well electronic health record (EHR) documentation identifies which health professionals act to address patient social determinants of health (SDOH) and what interventions are conducted.
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Author: Victoria Schoebel | Caitlyn Wayment | Maria Gaiser | Cory Page | Jessica Buche | Angela Beck

Topics: COVID-19, Education and Training, Health Information Technology, Telehealth

September 29, 2021
This article describes behavioral health provider perspectives on the use of telebehavioral health before and during the pandemic, as well as how policy changes impacted access to and utilization of behavioral health services in Michigan.
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Authors: Jacqueline Miller | Mary Lou Breslin | Susan Chapman

Topics: Health Information Technology, Medicaid

July 22, 2021
This report explores whether Electronic Visit Verification (EVV), in representative states, acts as a barrier, facilitator, or a promising practice in terms of supporting and advancing choice, control, community living, and participation for disabled individuals who received Medicaid-funded Personal Care Services (PCS).
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Author: Jacqueline Miller | Mary Lou Breslin | Susan Chapman

Topics: Health Information Technology, Medicaid

July 22, 2021
This report investigates if Electronic Visit Verification (EVV), in representative states, acts as a barrier, facilitator, or a promising practice in terms of supporting and advancing choice, control, community living, and participation for disabled individuals who receive Medicaid PCS.
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