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The May HIT Standards Committee Meeting

The May HIT Standards Committee focused on the ONC Governance RFI and how best to think about standards and policy for building trust among healthcare information exchange network participantsWe also reviewed the Query Health project, Quality measurement project efforts, and the continuing work to create a national library of medicine curated vocabulary/code set repository in support for meaningful use.
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