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


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