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Health care informatics standards have been developed by consensus. True or false?
Weegy: True........ ANSI (American National Standards Institute) founded in 1918. It was founded to coordinate the U.S coordinate the U.S. voluntary census standard systems for medical infometics. [ ANSI does not write standards, instead they assists the groups to agree on consensus on a standard. ] (More)
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Weegy: Health care informatics standards have been developed by consensus is True. ...........ESOs and NSOs should require implementation of the standard to be demonstrated before approving the standard. [ A standard published with clear evidence of utility and acceptance is more likely to provide manufacturers with the confidence to adopt the standard in the marketplace and for the consumers to appreciate and seek conformance to the standard. Community financing should be subject to conditions in terms of quality of the resulting standard measured by uptake by market, with conformance assertion, rather than speed of delivery. This would incentivise ESOs and NSOs to produce standards relevant to the market rather than a large volume of standards with restricted adoption and limited benefit. The collaborative development between ESOs, NSOs, industry fora and other standards development organisations, based for example on the CEN TC251 participation through the Joint Initiative Council, could promote the quicker development of useful, robust standards without duplication of effort or confusing the market place............. ] (More)
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