Precision Medicine Task Force

The Precision Medicine Task Force was established as a short-term group, convened to provide recommendations that support the President’s Precision Medicine Initiative(PMI). Announced in January, the mission of the PMI is to enable a new era of medicine through research and technology that empowers patients, researchers, and providers to work together toward the development of individualized treatments. ONC is a key participant in the PMI, responsible for advancing data standards that support precision medicine, addressing relevant privacy policies, and advancing innovation in health IT. The task force will identify data standards and implementation specifications that make health IT data available to participants and researchers for precision medicine.

Member List

  • Leslie Kelly Hall, Co-Chair, Healthwise
  • Andrew Wiesenthal, Co-Chair, Deloitte Consulting, LLP
  • Gil Alterovitz, Member, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital
  • Dixie B. Baker, Member, Martin, Blanck, and Associates
  • Mary Barton, Member, NCQA
  • Stanley Crosley, Member, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Steven Keating, Member, MIT Media Lab and Mechanical Engineering
  • David McCallie, Jr., Member, Individual
  • Matthew Might, Member, Harvard University
  • Andrey Ostrovsky, Member, Care at Hand
  • Ketan Paranjape, Member, Intel Corporation
  • Eric Rose, Member, Intelligent Medical Objects
  • Joyce Sensmeier, Member, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society
  • James Breeling, Ex Officio, VHA
  • Christina Heide, Ex Officio, Office for Civil Rights
  • Betsy Humphreys, Ex Officio, NIH, National Library of Medicine
  • Terry Rauch, Ex Officio, Department of Defense
  • Mitra Rocca, Ex Officio, Food and Drug Administration
  • Maya Uppaluru, Ex Officio, ONC
  • Jon White, Ex Officio, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
  • Teresa Zayas-Caban, Ex Officio, HHS/Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Content last reviewed on October 12, 2016
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