Oklahoma Health Information Infrastructure Advisory Board

Senate Bill 757 created the Health Information Infrastructure Advisory Board during the 2009 Legislative session. Senate Bill 757 was signed by the governor on May 22nd 2009.

It authorized the formation of the Health Information Infrastructure Advisory Board. This advisory board is formed to advise and assist the Oklahoma Health Care Authority in developing a strategy for the adoption and use of electronic medical records (EMR) and health information technologies that is consistent with emerging national standards and promote interoperability of health information systems.

The Health Information Infrastructure Advisory Board will also make the determination on the data elements to be collected. This advisory board will determine the governance structure and policies and procedures for the health information exchange, ensuring that the strategy and plan preserve the privacy and security of health information as required by state and federal law.

Member organizations of the Health Information Infrastructure Advisory Board

1) The Oklahoma Health Care Authority
2) The State Department of Health
3) The Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
4) The Department of Human Services
5) The State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board
6) The Insurance Department
7) The Department of Corrections
8) The State Department of Rehabilitative Services
9) The City-County Health Departments

Legislation:

Senate Bill 757 PDF | The Oklahoma State Courts Network 

Advisory Board Meetings:

Tuesday August 25th, 2009 – OHCA Board Room 2:00-4:30 p.m.