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Identification, Screening, Assessment, and Referral

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Eligibility and Enrollment in Health Coverage

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Access to Care

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Medical Home

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Transition to Adulthood

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Health Information Technology

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Quality Assurance and Improvement

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Health Information Technology

  1. Electronic health information should be accessible, retrievable, and available across systems and meet meaningful use requirements. 1
  2. Medical homes have the capacity for electronic health information and exchange, including maintenance of clinical information. 2
  3. Families have easy access to their electronic health information.
  4. Documented processes exist for exchanging health information across care settings, including an agreement about exchanging information, the types of information to be exchanged, time frames for exchanging information, and to what extent referrals are made electronically. 3

  1. Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. EHR Incentives & Certification - Meaningful Use Definition & Objectives https://www.healthit.gov/providers-professionals/meaningful-use-definition-objectives Accessed March 28, 2017.
  2. Florida CMS Network Specialty Plan Contract Language. Unpublished.
  3. National Committee for Quality Assurance. Draft Structure and Process Measures for Integrated Care for People with Dual Eligibility for Medicare and Medicaid. Revised Draft Measures for Testing. Updated October 2012. Unpublished.