The 2020 Roadmap identifies the need for “efforts to create a sustainable health IT ecosystem by tackling the systemic issues, within private sector control, that have been hindering adoption and meaningful utilization, while identifying priorities that can be recommended for federal partners to take action on.”
This group identifies emerging best practices which are demonstrating success in the field. The group engages patient-consumer experts, providers, payers and HIT leaders to seek out and report on excellence in the industry, including the motivators that are driving stakeholders.
By harmonizing interests, this group will ensure that patients, consumer tools, devices, and mobile apps are part of the considerations of best practices. The group convenes executives from multi-stakeholder groups to identify “success stories” in the private sector that transform care through use of health information technology in driving business and clinical motivators.
- Discover a minimum of 20 new examples of success stories that will be added to our online resource center
- Identify overarching trends and give recommendations on best practices as well as innovation models
- Identify priorities that can be recommended for federal partners to take action
- Develop a whitepaper that identifies, analyzes and communicates successful examples of innovative uses of technology- with emphasis on clinical and business improvements.
Selection Process for Membership and Staffing
Members are expected to contribute best practices, success stories and lessons learned. The group meets on a monthly basis virtually. One in person meeting is held annually at the eHI Annual Conference and Meeting. This group is open to all eHI members.
The Patient and Provider Adoption Committee is staffed by Claudia Ellison: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patient and Provider Technology Adoption Committee
- Leslie Kelly Hall, Vice President, Healthwise, Chair
- Thom Khun, Senior Systems Architect, America College of Physicians
- Leonard Lichtenfeld, MD, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, American Cancer Society
- Drew Schiller, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Validic