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Health Information Technology (HIT) is fast-paced and constantly evolving. Training is an essential tool to stay current with the changing HIT landscape. The links below are a few resources to find training classes focusing on Health Information Technology.

 

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CDC Healthcare Information Management Systems Society 2012

 

Meaningful Use Basic Training Slides
This training was provided for public health professionals at AMIA 2011 (spring) in Orlando. The presentations describe key aspects of Meaningful Use.

 

Meaningful Use Presentation from the PHI Conference, Sunday, August 21st 2011

Part 1

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Part 2

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