Thursday, June 13, 2013

FREE Rural HIT Workshops

The Oklahoma Office of Rural Health and the Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality (OFMQ) will host a series of FREE rural health information technology (HIT) workshops across the state. The half-day workshops will focus on the optimization of data attestation and extraction processes to successfully reach Meaningful Use and pass HIPAA audits. The workshops will be held in Ardmore (June 25), Enid (July 9), Lawton (July 23), and Okmulgee (August 6) and are free for healthcare providers, critical access hospital staff and rural hospital staff. For more information about the workshops, including a detailed agenda and registration information, please visit OFMQ's website.

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