Markle Connecting for Health Collaborative Comments on Stage 2 Meaningful Use

Markle collaborators identify strategic opportunities for patient engagement, care coordination, quality reporting, and privacy in Stage 2 of the Meaningful Use incentives program.

Accountable Care Organizations as Drivers for Trusted and Valued Information Sharing

Markle collaborators comment on information-sharing aspects of the proposed rule for Accountable Care Organizations.

The Latest Challenge: Adopting Electronic Medical Records

AMA president, Cecil B. Wilson, MD, cites Markle survey results in discussing the emergence of EHRs and how physicians are adapting to the technological change.

The Road Ahead for the New National Coordinator for Health IT

Carol Diamond comments on opportunities, challenges awaiting the new National Coordinator for Health IT.

Financial, Legal and Organizational Approaches to Achieving Electronic Connectivity in Healthcare


Report by the Working Group on Financial, Organizational and Legal Sustainability of Health Information Exchange

Connecting for Health Report Analyzes Business Case for Adoption of Health IT Systems

New York—Connecting for Health … A Public-Private Collaborative today released Financial, Legal and Organizational Approaches to ...

Meaningful Investment of $19 Billion on Health Information Technology

Markle Connecting for Health brings together health and IT leaders with government and policy experts to help define a framework for “meaningful use” and “certified or qualified” electronic health records.

Broad Collaboration Agrees on Priorities for ‘Meaningful Use’ Success

More than 50 health care organizations recommend priorities to HHS regarding the administration of Medicare and Medicaid subsidies to doctors and hospitals for Meaningful Use of health IT.

Achieving Electronic Connectivity in Healthcare: A Preliminary Roadmap

Markle Connecting for Health's Preliminary Roadmap for Achieving Electronic Connectivity in Healthcare calls for all stakeholders from across the healthcare industry to work together to build a health information infrastructure that would improve patient care, reduce medical error and lower costs while protecting patient privacy and details specific actions the public and private sectors can take to accelerate the adoption of information technology in healthcare.

Letter to HHS and the Office of Management and Budget on Meaningful Use

In this letter to HHS and OMB leaders, Markle Connecting for Health collaborators provide recommendations for the pending federal rule on 'meaningful use' of health IT under the Recovery Act.