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"The two words ‘information’ and ‘communication’ are often used interchangeably, but they signify quite different things. Information is giving out; communication is getting through." -- Sydney J. Harris

March 15 Deadline for 2017 Health Information Technology (HIT) Ambulatory web survey

The 2017 Health Information Technology (HIT) Ambulatory web survey is closing March 15, 2017. This survey is an annual reporting requirement established in the Minnesota Statewide Quality Reporting and Measurement System by the Minnesota Department of Health. All Minnesota physician clinics must complete the HIT Ambulatory Clinic Survey annually.

Instructions for completing the survey were sent by email on February 15. MNCM has also posted a PDF version of the survey in two locations: under the “Resources” tab in the Data Portal and on the MNCM website at mncm.org/submitting-data/provider-tools/#online-resources (Submitting Data, Provider Tools, then Online Resources). To reduce data entry time, MNCM highly recommends that respondents gather all responses on a paper copy prior to web entry.  Please note that due to required survey settings, respondents cannot start a web survey entry and then “resume” at a later date. The survey must be completed in one sitting.

Additionally, here is the link to the web survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HITSurvey2017

To comply with state requirements, please complete the web survey as soon as possible.

Contact MNCM support staff at support@mncm.org or 612-746-4522 with any questions.