Washington — A public-private partnership dedicated to the creation of a secure, interoperable, nationwide health information network launched last week. The National eHealth Collaborative, which builds on the accomplishments of the American Health Information Community (AHIC) and AHIC Successor Inc., brings stakeholders together to accelerate development of the health IT systems, infrastructure, standards, protections, participation and education needed to create a nationwide electronic health information network.

The membership and board represent virtually all stakeholders whose participation is needed to drive the rapid development and adoption of an interoperable health system. The list of participating stakeholders includes federal and state agencies, health systems, payers, health professionals, medical centers, community hospitals, patient advocates, major employers, non-profit health organizations, commercial technology providers and others.

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