American Health Information Community: Members
AHIC has 18 members including Secretary Leavitt, who serves as Chair. The remaining 16 members are public and private sectors leaders who represent a broad spectrum of health care stakeholders committed to the advancement of health information technology.
- Secretary Michael O. Leavitt, Chair
- Scott P. Serota, President and CEO, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
- Douglas E. Henley, M.D., Executive Vice President, American Academy of Family Physicians
- Lillee Smith Gelinas, R.N., Chief Nursing Officer, VHA Inc.
- Charles N. Kahn III, President, Federation of American Hospitals
- Nancy Davenport-Ennis, CEO, National Patient Advocate Foundation
- Kevin D. Hutchinson, CEO, Prematics, Inc.
- Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D., Chairman, Intel Corporation
- E. Mitchell Roob, Secretary, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration
- Kerry Weems, (Acting) Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
- Julie Louise Gerberding, M.D., Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Gail L. Graham, Director, Health Data and Informatics, Veterans Health Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs
- S. Ward Casscells, M.D., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
- Linda M. Springer, Director, Office of Personnel Management
- Cita Furlani, Director of the Information Technology Laboratory, US Department of Commerce
- Linda Dillman, Executive Vice President, Risk Management and Benefits, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
- John Glaser, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Partners Healthcare System, Inc.
- John Tooker, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.P., Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, American College of Physicians
Federal Health IT Strategic Plan:
HL7 22nd Plenary and Working Group Meeting
September 14 - 19, 2008
AHIC September Meeting
September 23, 2008
All Upcoming Events items
"We have hospitals in Afghanistan and Iraq, and many of the soldiers would arrive without records in Germany, with no record of the CAT scans or what happened in surgery in Afghanistan or Iraq. The clinicians in Germany would have to re-operate on the patient, would have to redo all their x-ray evaluations, CAT scans, etc...." ~ Colonel John Holcomb