Spring 2017 Newsletter ♦ Now is the Time to Complete ONC's Free Health IT Training

By Thao Tran, Chair, Academic Alliance Committee

In the summer of 2016, the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONCHIT) granted $6.7 million to seven academic institutions to update health information technology materials and train 6,700 individual on developing the proper background to prepare for the complex and dynamic healthcare system. All online courses are self-paced.

Costs for CMEs are waived to the first 450 trainees if they apply for CMEs by 6/20/17. There are numerous course options including population health policy, population health analytics, population health interventions, value-based care, applications of value-based care, healthcare data analytics, and clinical data analytics. Last cohort will be accepted in June 2017.

This free training will prepare you to transition into value-driven care, enhance your role in healthcare and upskill your team, and learn to use the technology more effectively and accurately while increasing care coordination. All courses are offered jointly through Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Normandie Community College. The School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health are the top schools for healthcare in the country! .

Do not delay. Start your training today by clicking on the link below.


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