HITECH Act timeline

May 2010
Healthcare Risk Management;May2010 Supplement, p4
The article offers the timeline for the Health Information Technology and Economic and Clinical Health Act of 2009 (HITECH) compliance which include the initial deadline for complying with new accounting for disclosure rules on January 02, 2011, the imposition of civil monetary penalties by the Department of Health and Human Services for willful neglect on February 18, 2011 and the extended deadline for older systems to comply with the new accounting for disclosure rules in 2013.


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