• Welcome to eHealth Initiative

    Welcome to eHealth Initiative

    eHealth Initiative (eHI) is a non-profit, membership organization that brings together leaders from across the healthcare industry. eHI researches, educates and advocates for innovative technologies that improve care for patients and providers. eHI counts 200 of the most prestigious and influential organizations in healthcare amongst its membership.

  • SAVE THE DATE: eHI's 2015 Annual Conference

    SAVE THE DATE: eHI's 2015 Annual Conference

    eHI's 2015 Annual Conference will be held February 4-5 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. Additional information about the Conference is coming soon!

  • FOLLOW US ON TWITTER!

    FOLLOW US ON TWITTER!

    Join our National Health IT Week Twitter Campaign! During the week of September 15, tweet a photo of yourself wearing sunglasses, holding a sign that answers the question "the future of health care is bright because..." The best photos will be showcased during our 2015 Annual Conference, February 4-5 in Washington, D.C.

  • 2020 Roadmap Executive Summit 2014
  • eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap

    eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap

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  • eHI in the news: ONC not going into interoperability alone

    eHI in the news: ONC not going into interoperability alone

    "'Interoperability is the perfect example of where we're not going to only do this federally, and we have got to partner with the private sector', National Coordinator Karen DeSalvo said at the eHealth Initiative's 2020 Roadmap Executive Summit..." For more info go to https://www.politicopro.com/support/

  • Faces of eHI:<br/>Steven J. Stack, M.D., President-elect, <br/>Board of Trustees, American Medical Association

    Faces of eHI:
    Steven J. Stack, M.D., President-elect,
    Board of Trustees, American Medical Association

    “[eHealth Initiative] has been a central contributor to my relationship and work in the health IT community. Based on the caliber and prominence of leaders drawn to eHI, I know many others feel the same way. eHI is a fantastic convener and a wonderful resource.”

Research. Education. Advocacy.

eHealth Initiative is a non-profit, membership organization that brings together leaders from across the healthcare industry. We research, educate and advocate for innovative solutions to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of care through information and technology.

eHI News & Updates

  • eHI In the News: DoD and Tech Firms Face Daunting Health-IT Challenge - September 22, 2014: "'The DoD's electronic health record program is a large extremely complex undertaking. There are a number of different vendors, payers, technologies, organizations and politics, involved, resulting in tremendous barriers to overcome,' said eHealth Initiative CEO Jennifer Covich Bordenick. 'That doesn't mean it is impossible to execute DHMSM successfully - but it will will be a difficult feat.'" Read more...
  • eHI In the News: ONC not going at interoperability alone - August 12, 2014:  "Interoperbility is the perfect example of where we're not going to only do this federally, and we have got to partner with the private sector," National Coordinator Karen DeSalvo said at the eHealth Initiative's 2020 Roadmap Executive Summit. Her comments came after a day-long meeting Thursday where eHealth Initiative [eHI] members, dozens of providers, payers, employers, EHR vendors and other health IT thought leaders gathered to stamp out details of the initiative's forthcoming 2020 Roadmap, a vision to advance health IT use in a post-meaningful use era. Accountable care organizations have not made substantial progress in health IT adoption over the past year, according to a preliminary data released by the eHealth Initiative, Health Data Management reports. Read more...
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  • Survey: ACOs Continue to Face Obstacles with Health IT Adoption - August 14, 2014:  Accountable care organizations have not made substantial progress in health IT adoption over the past year, according to a preliminary data released by the eHealth Initiative, Health Data Management reports. Read more...

  • Health insurers to create medical record database - August 6, 2014: The medical records of millions of Californians could soon be literally at the fingertips of doctors and hospitals statewide with the advent of a centralized computer database to be funded by two of the state’s largest health insurance companies. Read more...

  • Two Insurers to Pool Medical Records in California - August 5, 2014
    Two major California insurers are teaming up to create what will be one of the nation's largest health-information exchanges, making the medical records of about nine million plan members available to participating doctors and hospitals. Read more...

  • Insurers Launch Huge Health-Records Info Exchange - August 5, 2014
    Two California insurers announced Tuesday that they are partnering for an ambitious project to establish one of the nation's largest health information exchanges, an effort they hope will reduce duplication and improve patient outcomes.Read more...



  • DeSalvo: "Technology is Like Magic" - May 23, 2014
    In her keynote speech for the 2014 National Forum on Data & Analytics in Healthcare, Dr. Karen DeSalvo discussed the critical role of health IT to make real on the reporting of better care at lower cost and better health for everyone. Read more ...


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