RD134 - eHHR Program (Formerly known as the Health Care Reform Program) Quarterly Report to the General Assembly Updated for the Fourth Quarter of 2015 - April 12, 2016

Executive Summary:
The purpose of this document is to satisfy the requirement to provide the following to the Virginia General Assembly.
“Quarterly written assessment of the progress made by the Health Care Reform program office to implement new information technology systems to address the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Patient Protection and Patient Affordability Act (PPACA), and the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA). The report shall provide a program-level assessment, including a description of the expenditures that have been made and the activities to which any State or contract staff are assigned. The report shall also include a program-level description of steps taken to ensure that (i) individual projects and the use of project resources are prioritized across the program, (ii) a coordinated approach to program management across all projects is undertaken through the use of formal structures and processes, (iii) program governance and communication activities are sufficient to achieve benefit and stakeholder management objectives, and (iv) any changes in program and project-level objectives and resource needs are identified.”

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This document describes the progress made by the eHHR Program to implement new information technology systems to address requirements in the ARRA, the PPACA, and MITA. It provides a summary update to reports submitted each quarter, starting with the fourth quarter of 2012, without repeating the bulk of the information from previous reports. If the reader wants more detail, the previous reports are posted on Virginia’s Legislative Information System.