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Webinar–Intro to Governance from Nat’l eHealth Collaborative

The first of a two event series on networNational eHealth Collaborativek governance, this is a key opportunity to explore the various  considerations that go into the development of a comprehensive and sustainable governance structure for nationwide health information exchange.

Designed to provide a foundational understanding of the concepts that will be critical to an upcoming rulemaking regarding the governance of the nationwide health information network as called for in the HITECH Act, presentations and discussion will focus on network governance generally, examining some of the wide range of activities that make up “governance,” including regulations, public-private partnerships, advisory bodies, delegations of authority to stakeholder groups and others, forbearance, etc.


The next NeHC Stakeholder Forum on governance will be scheduled later in September, and will feature an interactive stakeholder dialogue on the specific types of governance issues that will be considered by the new Health IT Policy Committee Governance Workgroup.

Date: Thursday, September 9, 2010

Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm ET

Webinar: https://nationalehealthevents.webex.com/nationalehealthevents/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=669454735

Audioconference: (866) 699-3239 or (408) 792-6300
(Please join the event with a computer system first and follow the audio instructions on the screen.)

Access/Event Code: 669 454 735

Attendee ID: You will receive this number when you join the event first with a computer connection.

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