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Starting, Expanding, or Moving a Business?

Welcome to the OneStop Business Registry where you can do the most commonly required business registrations and transactions.

Information on starting a new business.

This is the first step in registering your business.

  • Ready to register your business:
    • Sole Proprietorship or General Partnership
    • Canada Revenue Agency
      • GST/HST
      • Payroll deductions
      • Import/export accounts
    • Provincial Sales Tax (PST) for new businesses only
    • WorkSafeBC – the Workers’ Compensation Board of B.C.
    • Local Government Business Licences.
  • Incorporate your company

    Incorporate your company and file other Business Corporations Act forms over the Internet.

    Automatically notify many participating public agencies of your business address change.

    Go here for specialized advice on growing your business.

    A partnership made possible by:

    Canada Revenue Agency

    Western Economic Diversification


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    Doing business in BC

    Starting, Expanding, or Moving a Business?

    Welcome to the OneStop Business Registry where you can do the most commonly required business registrations and transactions.

    Information on starting a new business.

    This is the first step in registering your business.

  • Ready to register your business:
    • Sole Proprietorship or General Partnership
    • Canada Revenue Agency
      • GST/HST
      • Payroll deductions
      • Import/export accounts
    • Provincial Sales Tax (PST) for new businesses only
    • WorkSafeBC – the Workers’ Compensation Board of B.C.
    • Local Government Business Licences.
  • Incorporate your company

    Incorporate your company and file other Business Corporations Act forms over the Internet.

    Automatically notify many participating public agencies of your business address change.

    Go here for specialized advice on growing your business.

    A partnership made possible by:

    Canada Revenue Agency

    Western Economic Diversification


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    Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records

    Cancer reporting from ambulatory providers to state cancer registries is a new public health objective for Stage 2 Meaningful Use.

    Meaningful Use Overview

    The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, enacted in February 2009, includes many measures to modernize our nation’s infrastructure, one of which is the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. The HITECH Act supports the concept of electronic health records-meaningful use (EHR-MU), an effort led by the Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC). HITECH proposes the meaningful use of interoperable electronic health records throughout the United States’ health care delivery system as a critical national goal.

    CMS establishes the criteria that eligible professionals (EPs) and hospitals as well as critical access hospitals must meet to qualify for Medicare and/or Medicaid electronic health record (EHR) incentive payments as they adopt, implement, upgrade, or demonstrate meaningful use of certified EHR technology. ONC establishes the standards, implementation specifications, and certification criteria for EHR technology that will support implementation of the Stage 2 criteria described by CMS. The criteria and standards for Stage 2 Meaningful Use Final Rules released by the ONC and CMS were published in the Federal Register on September 4, 2012.

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    Cancer and Meaningful Use

    • Outlines the EP objective, measure, and exclusions for reporting to a state cancer registry.
    • Table B5 summarizes the Stage 2 objectives and measures.
    • Table 8 provides clinical quality measures, including several for cancer.

    The ONC Stage 2 Meaningful Use Final Rule addresses the cancer registry reporting standards. ONC adopted the Implementation Guide for Ambulatory Healthcare Provider Reporting to Central Cancer Registries, August 2012 [PDF-1.9MB] to certify that EHR systems meet the criteria described in the Stage 2 Meaningful Use Final Rule.

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    Additional documentation and clarifications can be found in Cancer Reporting Clarification Document for Electronic Health Record (EHR) Technology Certification [PDF-832KB] .

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    Population-based cancer surveillance is critical for cancer control activities aimed at reducing cancer morbidity and mortality, the second leading cause of death in the United States and the leading cause of death in Canada. Population-based public health central cancer registries (CCRs) across the U.S. and most of Canada are mandated to collect complete and timely cancer diagnostic, treatment, and outcome data from hospitals, physician offices, treatment centers, clinics, laboratories, and other sources. Recent shifts from hospital settings toward ambulatory health care settings for cancer treatment are increasing the importance of non-hospital health care providers’ data for cancer surveillance. As health care providers adopt modern EHR systems, the opportunity to automate cancer registry reporting from health care provider settings also is increasing and becoming more feasible. Certified EHR technology can improve the process by identifying reportable cancer cases and treatments to the provider and facilitating electronic reporting either automatically or upon provider verification.

    Through a collaborative effort with the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, state CCRs, Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise, and other organizations, CDC developed the Implementation Guide for Healthcare Provider Reporting to Central Cancer Registries. This document contains the necessary specifications for the implementation of standardized data transmissions from a health care provider EHR to the CCR. A single method will allow efficient and accurate transmission of cancer information while reducing the burden on EHR system-specific or registry-specific implementations.

    The Implementation Guide provides the business rules and specifications for EHR systems to—

    • Identify reportable cancer cases.
    • Identify the specific data elements to be retrieved and included in the cancer event report.
    • Create a valid Health Level 7 Clinical Document Architecture, Release 2 (HL7 CDA R2) cancer event report.
    • Transmit the cancer event report to a CCR over a secure electronic transmission mechanism.

    Guidance for State Cancer Registries, EHR/EMR Vendors, and Providers

    • Identifying Critical External Partnerships Physician Reporting Planning Document [PDF-279KB]
      Identifies and describes useful external partners for implementation of MU activities.
    • Identifying State EHR Vendors Physician Reporting Planning Document [PDF-162KB]
      Guidance on how states can identify EHR vendors, Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), and Regional Extension Centers (RECs)/Regional Assistance Centers (RACs), including, but not limited to, surveys, trade Web sites/magazines, and associations.
    • Counting Physicians by Specialty [PDF-391KB]
      Guidance on tracking the total number of physicians reporting for MU and non-MU-related cancer reporting.
    • Transport Options [PDF-309KB]
      Describes the different transport options and suggests recommendations that states should consider.
    • Guidance for Implementing Public Health Agency/State Cancer Registry MU [PDF-432KB]
      Checklist that identifies high-level items that states need to address for MU; defines what is included in a state action plan.
    • Provider Site Responsibilities and Contact Information [PDF-305KB]
      Template of contact information that each state should collect from each provider.
    • MU Quality Assurance Testing Guide [PDF-632KB]
      Guidance document for states to outline the quality assurance testing process for providers’ education.
    • Provider Checklist for Achieving MU for Cancer Reporting [PDF-321KB]
      Provider checklist for achieving MU for cancer reporting within your state, reviewing eligibility, testing, validating, confirmation, and going live.

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    #registering a business

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    Doing business in BC

    Starting, Expanding, or Moving a Business?

    Welcome to the OneStop Business Registry where you can do the most commonly required business registrations and transactions.

    Information on starting a new business.

    This is the first step in registering your business.

  • Ready to register your business:
    • Sole Proprietorship or General Partnership
    • Canada Revenue Agency
      • GST/HST
      • Payroll deductions
      • Import/export accounts
    • Provincial Sales Tax (PST) for new businesses only
    • WorkSafeBC – the Workers’ Compensation Board of B.C.
    • Local Government Business Licences.
  • Incorporate your company

    Incorporate your company and file other Business Corporations Act forms over the Internet.

    Automatically notify many participating public agencies of your business address change.

    Go here for specialized advice on growing your business.

    A partnership made possible by:

    Canada Revenue Agency

    Western Economic Diversification


    Tags : , , ,
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    #registering a business

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    Doing business in BC

    Starting, Expanding, or Moving a Business?

    Welcome to the OneStop Business Registry where you can do the most commonly required business registrations and transactions.

    Information on starting a new business.

    This is the first step in registering your business.

  • Ready to register your business:
    • Sole Proprietorship or General Partnership
    • Canada Revenue Agency
      • GST/HST
      • Payroll deductions
      • Import/export accounts
    • Provincial Sales Tax (PST) for new businesses only
    • WorkSafeBC – the Workers’ Compensation Board of B.C.
    • Local Government Business Licences.
  • Incorporate your company

    Incorporate your company and file other Business Corporations Act forms over the Internet.

    Automatically notify many participating public agencies of your business address change.

    Go here for specialized advice on growing your business.

    A partnership made possible by:

    Canada Revenue Agency

    Western Economic Diversification


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