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Experts & Impact

Experts & Impact

Markle's subject matter experts have collaborated with their counterparts in industry, the public sector, and consumer advocacy organizations to build consensus from diverse points of view. Health Work Groups have been made up of members of our Health Steering Group and outside experts. We have convened the following national panels to recommend policies for information technology in health:

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  • Robert Wah, MD

    Chair, Board of Trustees, American Medical Association

    Chief Medical Officer and Vice President, Computer Sciences Corporation

  • Jonathan Wald

    Partners HealthCare System

  • Steven E. Waldren, MD, MS

    Director, Center for Health Information Technology at the American Academy of Family Physicians

  • James Walker, MD, FACP

    Chief Medical Information Officer, Geisinger Health System

  • Scott Wallace

    President and Chief Executive Officer, The National Alliance for Health Information Technology

  • Steven E. Weinberger, MD, FACP

    Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, American College of Physicians

  • Jeb Weisman, PhD

    Chief Information Officer, Children’s Health Fund

  • Andrew M. Wiesenthal, MD, SM

    Director, Healthcare Practice, Deloitte Consulting LLP

  • Marcy Wilder, JD

    Partner, Hogan Lovells

  • Peter Wilensky

    Project HOPE

  • Claudia Williams, MS

    Director, State Health Information Exchange Program, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT

  • Robert Williams

    Director, Healthcare Consulting, Deloitte

  • Anna Wong

    Medco Health Solutions Inc.

  • Rochelle Woolley

    Partner, Woolley & Associates

  • Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH

    Director, The Institute for Ethics, American Medical Association


"The Common Framework has served as a trusted resource providing vital information to help advance the use of HIT in Minnesota, specifically as it pertains to our privacy and security project, our personal health records work, and our strategic planning and standards initiatives."


Martin LaVenture

Director, Center for Health Informatics Division of Health Policy, Minnesota Department of Health