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New ONC Materials Available Online

September 4, 2009
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The Washington-based Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has made several materials available to stakeholders and potential applicants for the Health Information Technology Extension Program: Regional Centers Cooperative Agreement Program.

The following materials can be found at the Extension Program section of ONC’s website:

  • The suggested template for applicants’ use in compiling and presenting the information required for the Preliminary Application has been updated to include the complete requirements established in the funding opportunity announcement (also available at;
  • A complete transcript of the technical assistance conference from August 27; and
  • Frequently asked questions.


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