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C Example Stakeholder Responsibilities and Opportunities Organization HIT-Related Activities Federal agencies Health and Human Services: ONC Coordinate federal efforts in HIT adoption and use AHRQ Program management, content development, communication CDC Public health monitoring/population health improvement CMS Implement HIT to reduce costs and improve quality of care FDA Postmarket drug/device surveillance; data reuse HRSA Improve access/coordination for underserved populations NIH Collaborative research and rapid translation from study to clinic Other departments: Commerce/NIST Standards and interoperability DOD/Health Affairs Telehealth research and design, patient care system FCC National Broadband Plan NSF Fund digital infrastructure research and development Veterans Affairs/VHA EHR/PHR system design and use for patient care and research 277

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278 DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE LEARNING HEALTH SYSTEM Organization HIT-Related Activities IT Companies—e.g., Software systems supporting Allscripts, Epic, Cerner, GE, integrated clinical and business Google, Microsoft, Dossia functions and patient portals Healthcare delivery—e.g., Use of digital capacity to improve Geisinger, Kaiser Permanente, Virginia Mason, patient care, increase patient Group Health Cooperative, involvement, and speed research Mayo, Partners HealthCare insights Academic medical centers—e.g., Use of digital capacity to speed Duke, MD Anderson, Vanderbilt research insights from clinical care and apply research findings to improve clinical care Cooperation capacity resources—e.g., Implementation and use of data ACOs, HMORN, PEDSNET sharing and distributed datasets Stakeholder organizations—e.g., Advance stakeholder interest in HIT ACP, ACC, AMIA, eHI, NeHC, NPWC, STS system development and use Independent sector—e.g., Funding and facilitating innovation in CDISC, CHcF, Markle, NCQA, NQF, RWJF the HIT field NOTE: Sample list, neither definitive nor complete. See page xxiii for list of acronyms.