Weill Cornell Medical College launches center for healthcare informatics; Rock Health is coming to Boston;

> A new center focusing on healthcare informatics and policy was opened by Weill Cornell Medical College in New York last Friday. In addition to measuring the impact of health IT related outcomes on measures including clinical quality and safety, the new Center for Healthcare Informatics and Policy (CHiP) also will offer a two-year Fellowship in Healthcare Quality and Medical Informatics Research training program and a five-month health IT certificate program. Announcement

> Health technology incubator Rock Health is coming to the East Coast. The San Francisco-based program will launch a Boston edition this June, the Boston Globe reports. Article

> The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT is offering updated versions of the tools used in its community college health IT training classes online, Health Data Management reports. Article

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