• FDASIA Health IT Report - An Overview: Defining the Future of Health IT

    FDASIA Health IT Report - An Overview: Defining the Future of Health IT

    Join us on Thursday, April 10 from 2:00PM-3:00PM EDT to hear from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the three agencies principally tasked with publishing the long awaited FDA Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA) Health IT report. Top policy-leaders from each agency will provide an overview and update on the report, followed by a Q&A discussion. Click here for more information.

  • eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap

    eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap

    Participate in the eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap. Help eHealth Initiative craft a multi-stakeholder solution that coordinates the efforts of both the public and private sector to transform healthcare. Learn more…

  • National Forum on Data and Analytics in Healthcare

    National Forum on Data and Analytics in Healthcare

    On May 21-22, Join us at eHI's Third Annual National Forum on Data and Analytics in Healthcare. This two-day event will feature a series of case studies and interactive multi-stakeholder panels on integrating different systems and transforming data into actionable healthcare intelligence. Join hundreds of providers, payers, researchers, clinicians, and industry leaders focused on the use of analytics to improve clinical, financial and administrative decisions at critical points in the healthcare system.

  • Analyzing Twitter and Social Media to Identify Health Trends

    Analyzing Twitter and Social Media to Identify Health Trends

    How can Twitter & Social Media be used to identify health trends? How can we develop an algorithm that separates chatter from useful information? Join Mark Dredze, Assistant Professor at John Hopkins University for a special presentation during eHealth Initiatives National Forum on Data & Analytics on May 21-22 as he tackles the topic.

  • Faces of eHI:<br/>Lynne Thomas Gordon, CEO of AHIMA

    Faces of eHI:
    Lynne Thomas Gordon, CEO of AHIMA

    “[eHealth Initiative] promotes the use of technology and information through advocacy, education and research. It encourages innovation and collaboration through networking. AHIMA is an active member of eHI. Most recently, I participated in a panel discussion. As usual, I was impressed with the caliber of speakers and those in attendance all working together to advance technology and information in healthcare.”

  • 	A Report on the Use of Social Media to Prevent Behavioral Risk Factors Associated with Chronic Disease

    A Report on the Use of Social Media to Prevent Behavioral Risk Factors Associated with Chronic Disease

    Funded by the California Healthcare Foundation, this eHI report examines how social media tools and technologies are being utilized by adults to alleviate mental health conditions and prevent behavioral risk factors associated with chronic disease. Click here to download the report and read more.

  • eHealth Initiative Announces 2014 Board of Directors

    eHealth Initiative Announces 2014 Board of Directors

    eHealth Initiative is pleased to announce the industry leaders serving on its 2014 Board of Directors, which will be led by the new Chair Sam Ho, M.D., Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of United Healthcare, along with Vice-Chairs James D. Murray, Vice President of Information Systems at CVS Caremark MinuteClinic and Edward Marx, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Texas Health Resources. Click here to read more.

  • 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.

  • Our Focus

    Our Focus

    eHealth Initiative members are on the cutting edge of healthcare, creating innovative tools and strategies to take us into the 21st century. We focus our research, education and advocacy efforts in five areas: IT Infrastructure to support accountable care; using data and analytics to understand and improve care; connecting communities through data exchange; tracking government policy and its influence on meaningful use in health IT; and technology for patients with chronic disease.

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

When is a Mobile App a Medical Device? The Future of Healthcare May Depend on the Answer

I’ve spoken before on how mobile health apps and devices can expand the ability of healthcare providers to customize treatment for patients. An...Read More

Connecting Retail Pharmacies with Accountable Care Networks

On March 20, 2014, the Accountable Care Communities Council convened to discuss how retail pharmacy can are connecting with value-based networks to...Read More

Meaningful Use and Innovation: Time for a Shift in Focus 1

January 2014 was a notable milestone for the federal health IT incentive program, known as “meaningful use.”  On January 1, “eligible...Read More

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Quick Picks

National Forum Data & Analytics in Healthcare 2014
Wed, May 21 - Thu, May 22, 2014
Analytics Training Lab
Wed, May 21 - Thu, May 22, 2014