17-member advisory committee focused on making health records digital and interoperable.
Technologies, standards, laws, policies that enable HI to be electronically shared.
Health Information Management Systems Society
Funded a major project to investigate variations in state laws and business practices that might hinder the success for NHIN health information exchange.
Organization with the purpose to achieve widely accepted and useful set of standards to enable and support widespread interoperability among healthcare software.
Governs the standards development in public and private sectors to address standards of harmonization.
34 states and territories to identify privacy and security that hamper health information exchange.
Compares EHR products submitted by vendors against predefined standards for certification purposes.
In public hearing, this organization revealed that some providers are not covered by HIPAA.
Devoted to improving lives through use of technology.
Improves the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare through IT.
Health level 7
ANSI accredited organization whose members collaborate to create standards for the exchange management and integration of electronic health information.
Institute of Medicine
Department of Health and Human Services
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
American Health Information Community
National Health Information Network
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Health Information Technology Standards Panel
American National Standards Institute
Health Information Security and Privacy Collaboration
Certification Commission on Health Information Technology
National Committee on Health and Vital Statistics
Develops maintains and directs the implementation of a strategic plan to guide nationwide implementation of interoperable health information technology.