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.

Collaborative Comments on Accountable Care Organizations

Letter urges HHS to strategically align federal programs to support HITECH quality goals and encourage patient engagement.

Collaborative Comments on the HHS Quality Strategy Outline

Letter states clear health priorities and goals are essential for the HHS National Health Care Quality Strategy and Plan.

Health Information Technology: Improving Quality and Value of Patient Care

While we do not offer a prescription for which innovations in care will be most effective in improving healthcare quality or reducing medical ...

Collaborative Response to AHRQ on Quality Data Stewardship

We encourage AHRQ and AQA to develop systems for nationally uniform performance measurement with a humble recognition of our limited and ...

Demonstrating Meaningful Use of Health IT for 2011 and Beyond

On behalf of a broad range of health leaders, the Markle Foundation, Center for American Progress, and the Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform at Brookings offer recommendations on measuring and demonstrating meaningful use of health IT under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

Creating a Public Good for the Public's Health

Markle Connecting for Health presented this information at the Institute of Medicine to promote 21st century thinking for population data ...

The Newest Frontier: Ethical Landscapes in Electronic Healthcare. An Architecture for Privacy in a Networked Health Information Environment

As we move toward the creation of a networked health information environment, the potential of privacy intrusions increases, with potentially ...

Learning What Works

In this presentation at the IOM Roundtable on Evidence-Based Medicine, Carol Diamond, MD, MPH discusses elements critical to the success of comparative effectiveness and other population health efforts.