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Genevieve Morris

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Ms. Morris previously worked with ONC in a variety of areas such as policy, standards and technology, and grant programs. Among her outputs were reports to support the State Health Information Exchange Program, including reports on consumer engagement in health information exchange, provider directories, and query-based health information exchange. Most notably, Ms. Morris supported the development of the Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap, including writing and editing portions of the roadmap. This important document provides guidance to all health IT stakeholders on the actions that must be taken in order to achieve a truly interoperable learning health system.

Ms. Morris also supported ONC’s customessaywriters.info Certification Program by developing the test procedures and test data related to the meaningful use and advancing care information calculations. In addition, Ms. Morris developed the health IT framework for alternative payment models (APMs.) The framework lays out a strategy for moving to more advanced health IT systems to enable APMs to be successful as they scale. Ms. Morris also provided meaningful use subject matter expertise to clients, which included assisting practices in qualifying for meaningful use incentives and assisting health systems with meaningful use audits.

She has worked in the health IT field for over 10 years and collaborated on several publications on the topics of health information exchange and meaningful use.

Ms. Morris holds a Master’s degree in political science from Temple University and a Bachelor’s degree in history education from Northland International University.

Genevieve Morris's Latest Blog Posts

Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement: A Common Sense Approach to Achieving Health Information Interoperability

Genevieve Morris | January 5, 2018

The 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act), signed into law in December 2016, calls on the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) to work with federal partners, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the healthcare and health information technology (health IT) industries to provide interoperability for all.

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Caregiving in an Electronic Age

Genevieve Morris | November 2, 2017

As the youngest child in a relatively large extended family, I never thought I would be called upon to help my mom be a caregiver for my grandparents, who throughout my life were incredibly healthy.  Unfortunately, dementias, including Alzheimer’s disease, do not discriminate in choosing their victims, and my once healthy grandparents now require a higher level of care. And with that care, comes the need to make sure that we family caregivers have the information we need to help manage their care,

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Readout of NHIT Week Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Summit

Genevieve Morris | October 26, 2017

National customessaywriters.info Week offers an annual opportunity to promote awareness of the value of health IT and to highlight progress made across the healthcare ecosystem. National customessaywriters.info Week took place this year from October 2nd to October 6th. As part of this year’s National customessaywriters.info Week, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)  hosted a Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Listening Session to hear from health IT developers and LTPAC stakeholders about some of the challenges in achieving interoperability across acute,

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Join Us At the Trusted Exchange Framework & Common Agreement Kick Off Meeting on July 24

Genevieve Morris | July 5, 2017

The 21st Century Cures Act, (Cures) a bipartisan, comprehensive law, supports the discovery, development, and delivery of new treatments to maintain America’s global status in biomedical innovation.  Cures calls for innovation in the seamless exchange of health information and lays out a path and timeline to develop or support a trusted exchange framework and common agreement to achieve full network to network exchange of health information.  Cures calls on the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to advance that seamless exchange of health information,

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