Common Framework for Networked Personal Health Information: Statement of Support

June 25, 2008 | Collaborative Comment
Markle Connecting for Health
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Consumers need to be full participants in modern health information tools and services to help them prevent illness, communicate better with clinicians, understand costs and treatment options, make better health decisions, and take better care of loved ones.

The Markle Connecting for Health Common Framework for Networked Personal Health Information defines a set of practices that, when taken together, can enhance consumer participation and protect personal information.


AARP

Aetna

Allscripts

American Academy of Family Physicians

American College of Cardiology

American College of Emergency Physicians

American College of Physicians

American Medical Association

America's Health Insurance Plans

Association of Cancer Online Resources (ACOR.org)

BlueCross BlueShield Association

CareGroup Healthcare System

Carestream Health Inc.

Center for Democracy and Technology

Center on Medical Record Rights and Privacy

Cisco Systems Inc.

Computer Sciences Corp.

Consumers Union

Dossia

DrFirst

FollowMe

Geisinger Health System

GenesysMD

Google

Health 2.0 Accelerator

Health Care For All

Health Level Seven

IEEE-USA

Intel Corp.

InterComponentWare Inc.

Intuit Inc.

Keas Inc.

McKesson/RelayHealth

MedCommons

Medical Group Management Association

MedicAlert Foundation International

Metavante

Microsoft Corp.

National Breast Cancer Coalition

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

National Committee for Quality Assurance

National Partnership for Women and Families

National Quality Forum

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Northwest Health Foundation

Pacific Business Group on Health

Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Partners Healthcare System

PatientsLikeMe

Prematics

Surescripts

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Vanderbilt Center for Better Health

Verizon

Visiting Nurse Service of New York

Wal-Mart

WebMD

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