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Performance Budget Submission for Congressional Justification

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Detail of Performance Analysis Table

Health Information Technology Portfolio

Long-term Goal: Most Americans will have access to and utilize a Personal Electronic Health Record by 2014.

Performance Goal FY Targets Actual Performance Reference*

By 2008, increase the number of:
- Hospitals using Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) by 10%.
- Providers using the system from none to over 50%.

Output

FY 2005:
10% hospitals using CPOE.

FY 2005:
10% providers using CPOE.

 

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

By 2008, in hospitals funded for CPOE, maintain a lowered medication error rate.

Outcome

FY 2005:
Increase the rate of detection by 50%.

 

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

By 2014, most Americans will have access to and utilize a Personal Electronic Health Record.

Outcome

FY 2006:
AHRQ will partner with one major HHS Operating Division to expand the capabilities of the Electronic Health Record.

FY 2006:
The core capabilities and function of the Personal Health record will be delineated.

FY 2005:
Complete at least two phased EHR improvements that could facilitate transferability to other public/private providers.

FY 2005:
Summit; FY 2006 Grant program regarding the utilization of PHR by patients and providers.

 

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

By 2006, Engineered Clinical Knowledge will be routinely available to users of Electronic Health Records.

Output

FY 2006:
Standards development and adoption with regard to Engineered Clinical Knowledge will be underway.

FY 2005:
Convene at least one National summit exploring public private partnerships with regard to Clinical Knowledge Engineering; Proceedings will be widely disseminated to affected stakeholders.

 

 

 

Completed

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

* SG = Strategic Goal; HP = Healthy People

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