Publication Date: June 25, 2008
Consumers need to be full participants in modern health information tools and services to help them prevent illness, communicate better with clinicians, understand costs and treatment options, make better health decisions, and take better care of loved ones.
The Markle Connecting for Health Common Framework for Networked Personal Health Information defines a set of practices that, when taken together, can enhance consumer participation and protect personal information.
American Academy of Family Physicians
American College of Cardiology
American College of Emergency Physicians
American College of Physicians
American Medical Association
America’s Health Insurance Plans
Association of Cancer Online Resources (ACOR.org)
BlueCross BlueShield Association
CareGroup Healthcare System
Carestream Health Inc.
Center for Democracy and Technology
Center on Medical Record Rights and Privacy
Cisco Systems Inc.
Computer Sciences Corp.
Geisinger Health System
Health 2.0 Accelerator
Health Care For All
Health Level Seven
Medical Group Management Association
MedicAlert Foundation International
National Breast Cancer Coalition
National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
National Committee for Quality Assurance
National Partnership for Women and Families
National Quality Forum
Northwest Health Foundation
Pacific Business Group on Health
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Partners Healthcare System
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Vanderbilt Center for Better Health
Visiting Nurse Service of New York