Interoperability Standards Priorities Task Force 2018

Overarching Charge:

To make recommendations on priority uses of health information technology and the associated standards and implementation specifications that support such uses.  

Detailed Charge:

The ISP Task Force will:

  1. Make recommendations on the following:
    • Priority uses of health IT (consistent with the Cures Act’s identified priorities);
    • The standards and implementation specifications that best support or may need to be developed for each identified priority; and
    • Subsequent steps for industry and government action.  
  2. Publish a report summarizing its findings.

Interoperability Standards Priorities Task Force 2018 Meetings

Member List

Co-Chairs

University of Utah Health
Sutter Health

Members

Advocate Aurora Health
Livongo Health
Patient Rights Advocate
New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC)
Blue Shield of California
IBM Watson Health
Clinical Architecture
Medical University of South Carolina
Change Healthcare
Individual
National Library of Medicine
Ansible Health
MedStar Health
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Anthem, Inc.
Cedars-Sinai Health System

*Appointed by Congress       ^Appointed by the Government Accountability Office      °Appointed by HHS

 

Recommendations/Reports

Content last reviewed on March 24, 2021
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