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ONCOffice of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (United States Government Health and Human Services)
ONCOpen Network Computing (Distributed Applications Architecture)
ONCOperational Navigation Chart
ONCOffice National de la Chasse (France)
ONCOrion Nebula Cluster
ONCOrdinary National Certificate (UK)
ONCOne Number Census (UK)
ONCOctanitrocubane (explosive)
ONCOffice National de Conciliation
ONCOld Navy Card
ONCOrthopaedic Nursing Certified
ONCOrganic Network Committee
ONCOrganisation Nationale de Crise (French: National Crisis Organization)
ONCOptimum Network Configuration (network routing)
ONCOne Newark Center (Newark, NJ)
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Consistent Authorization and Oversight: Establishes a process for ONC to authorize and oversee accredited testing laboratories (ONC-ATLs) to align with ONCs existing oversight of ONC-ACBs, and facilitates ONCs ability to quickly, directly, and precisely address testing and performance issues.
As part of its recommendations, ONC suggests that OCR define search and retrieval and distinguish between search and retrieval costs versus copying and duplication costs.
Concerns about medical device interoperability, however, were raised from the floor and have been echoed in the public comments received by the ONC, Ms.
Long-term care was specifically included in the strategic plan, as the ONC intends to support IT "adoption and use efforts across the care continuum, emphasizing assistance for health care providers serving long-term and post-acute care.
ONC HIT certification conferred by ICSA Labs does not represent an endorsement of the certified EHR technology by the U.
The ONC 2014 Edition certification number for NextGenAmbulatory EHR version 5.
ONC distributes surgical instruments used in spinal and neurosurgical procedures throughout Mexico.
Offering the added health benefits of omega 3 EPA/DHA from MEG-3 fish oil, this is the first Chinese cooking oil to exhibit such outstanding innovation, according to ONC.
As the healthcare industry waited throughout 2009 and into 2010 for the HHS Office of the Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to articulate the final form of the meaningful-use objectives and work with CMS to turn them into regulations, the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT)--the only certifying body at the time--sought to design interim certification testing around the preliminary criteria being discussed by the ONC.
Shortly thereafter, ONC unveiled its Certified Health IT Products List, showing only one-third of the 36 products two certification entities had said they approved.
ONC surveys of hospitals and physician offices have found little meaningful use of HIT and variation of use by geographic area or within health systems.