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 FTC Approach to Privacy

Markle Collaborators emphasize a comprehensive, coordinated federal policy approach to privacy in a letter to the Federal Trade Commission.

Collaborative Comments on Dept. of Commerce Approach to Privacy

Markle Collaborators emphasize a comprehensive, coordinated federal policy approach to privacy in a letter to the Department of Commerce.

An Information-Rich Ecosystem

Markle Connecting for Health collaborators respond to HHS's request for information on PCAST's report on health IT.

Collaborative Comments on ONC's Interim Final Rule on EHR Technology

These collaborative comments propose modest but important modifications to the Interim Final Rule drafted by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.

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 Care Collaborative Offers Comments to HHS on 'Meaningful Use'

Since the HITECH Act became law as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act last year, health care organizations and those who do ...

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.

Comments on FTC Breach Notification Rulemaking

Markle, the Center for Democracy and Technology, and others respond to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on reducing the risk of information breaches and notifying consumers in the event of a breach.