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Now, after learning more about how house swapping works and what I want from a website, I’ve gone back and done a more comprehensive search for home exchange networks, dug through all of them to pull out relevant comparative information, and reviewed many of them individually.
In short, the advisory provides a single resource for those looking for federally recognized, national interoperability standards and guidance.
The Interoperability Standards Advisory is a critical element of our delivery system reform vision where electronic health information is unlocked and securely accessible to achieve better care, smarter spending, and healthier people.
We are pleased to announce that the TIA seminar for Exam FM now includes both the lessons for the Feb/Apr syllabus and the lessons for the June syllabus.
If you are preparing for February or April, you will use the lessons and sample exams tabs labeled “Feb/Apr 2017,” and if you are preparing for June or after, use the tabs labeled “June 2017.” Both sets of tabs are available to everyone with access to the FM seminar.
These changes expanded the Standards Advisory’s depth and breadth.