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  • Jennifer Covich Bordenick | Markle | Advancing America's Future
    Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos About Markle Page Sections About Markle A Message from Zoë Baird Our Principles Our Impact Board of Directors Senior Team Our History Quick Links Conference Space Events Markle in the News Media Releases Past Initiatives President s Letters Rework America Page Sections About Rework America A Message from Rework America Opportunity for All Our Impact Initiative Members Expert Advisors Quick Links Rework America Connected Our Book America s Moment Initiative Overview Latest News Letters to Members Member Commentary Personal Stories Rework America Library Health Page Sections About Health Our Impact Steering Group Consumer Work Group HIE Committee Quick Links Blue Button Common Framework Health IT Health Library National Security Page Sections About National Security Post 9 11 Legacy Our Impact Task Force Quick Links National Security Library Reports and Recommendations Sharing and Collaboration The Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos Jennifer Covich Bordenick CEO eHealth Initiative Member Markle Connecting for Health Steering Group Member Markle Health Information Exchange Advisory Committee Jennifer Covich Bordenick is Chief Executive Officer at the eHealth Initiative and its Foundation in Washington DC Since 2002 Bordenick has provided leadership for the programs education and research components of the eHealth Initiative and its Foundation Her areas of focus have included health information exchange regional extension centers meaningful use electronic prescribing care coordination patient and family engagement in health IT privacy drug safety and the intersection of health reform and health IT Prior to her current position Bordenick headed up the strategic marketing efforts at two different technology organizations focusing on solutions for the health care industry She also spent four years at the National Committee

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    practitioners Among the public 10 percent reported currently having an electronic personal health record PHR up from 3 percent who reported having one in Markle s 2008 survey Roughly 2 in 3 of both groups 70 percent of the public and 65 percent of the doctors agreed that patients should be able to download their personal health information online And 70 percent of the public said patients should get a written or online summary after each doctor visit but only 36 percent of the doctors agreed Only 4 percent of doctors say that they currently provide all their patients a summary after every visit Our past surveys show that most US adults believe personal health records that include copies of their own medical information would help them improve their health and communicate better with health professionals said Josh Lemieux Director of Personal Health Technology at Markle With this survey we find an increase in PHR use and learn that roughly two in three doctors agree that patients should have the option of online access to their personal health information The survey also confirms that having modern information tools comes with expectations for privacy protections Other findings from the Markle survey include Majorities of 70 percent to 80 percent of both patients and doctors support privacy protective practices such as letting people see who has accessed their records notifying people affected by information breaches and giving people mechanisms to exercise choice and correct information Majorities 65 percent of the public and 75 percent of doctors agreed that it s important to have a policy against the government collecting personally identifiable health information for health IT or health care quality improvement programs If there are safeguards to protect identity however at least 68 percent of the public and 75 percent of the doctors expressed willingness to allow composite information to be used to detect outbreaks bioterror attacks and fraud and to conduct research and quality and service improvement programs Large majorities of the public 75 percent and the doctors 73 percent said it will be important to measure progress on improving health care quality and safety to ensure the public health IT investments will be well spent Both groups each at 69 percent agreed on the importance of specific requirements to improve the nation s health in areas like heart disease obesity diabetes and asthma Many are unaware of the health IT incentives 85 percent of the public and 36 percent of doctors describe themselves as not very or not at all familiar with the health IT incentives program which makes subsidies available for doctors and hospitals to increase use of information technology We all have a stake in making sure that information is protected and trusted so that it can be put to best use to improve our health Diamond said This survey shows that doctors and their patients share many of the same hopes and expectations for advancing health in a connected world Knowledge Networks KN conducted the surveys between August 10 and 26 2010 The general population survey of 1 582 adults age 18 and older used KN s KnowledgePanel a probability based panel of 50 000 individuals designed to be representative of the US population The survey of 779 physicians was conducted using KN s Physicians Consulting Network PCN an invitation only list of more than 45 000 practicing physicians Results are available at www markle org Large Majorities of the Public and Physicians Agree on Information Sharing Priorities for Health IT Many Doctors and Patients Perceive Gaps in Their Communications 3 in 4 Doctors Would Prefer Computerized Means To Share Patient Information with Each Other PHR Adoption on the Rise The Public and Doctors Largely Agree Patients Should Be Able To View Download and Share Their Health Info Public and Doctors Alike Support Allowing Individuals to Download Their Own Health Information 70 Percent of Public Says Patients Should Get Summaries after Doctor Visits The Public and Doctors Agree on Importance of Specific Privacy Protections for Health IT The Public and Physicians Largely Unfamiliar with Details of Health IT Incentives Program Roughly Half of Doctors Say Pay Reform is Important The Public and Doctors Surveyed Use Social Media in Comparable Proportions Demographics of Public and Doctors Surveyed An Information Rich Ecosystem Download Executive Summary Download Collaborative Comments The President s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology PCAST report Realizing the Full Potential of Health Information Technology to Improve Healthcare for Americans envisions an information rich health ecosystem Like PCAST we seek to accelerate the use of modern information tools to improve health outcomes increase the cost effectiveness of care and encourage innovation while protecting privacy Markle Connecting for Health a public private collaborative of more than 100 organizations across the spectrum of health care and information technology IT appreciates the opportunity the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology ONC has provided for commentary on this very important report Our comments fall into three parts We start by addressing the basic parameters of the PCAST vision one that has many parallels to the Markle Connecting for Health Common Framework Markle Common Framework Next we provide input on some of the specific recommendations of the report and here our comments fall into two categories As in all of our past work we emphasize the importance of starting with clear goals and a policy framework to guide technology choices and solutions and we consider some of the novel technology approaches that PCAST proposes and their implications for the vast heterogeneous environment that characterizes US health care today Lastly based on the collective experience of our broad collaboration which has worked together on solutions to health IT challenges for nearly a decade we provide ONC a set of forward looking recommendations that we believe can accelerate the use of health IT to improve health outcomes and cost effectiveness while protecting privacy A Vision Supported by the Markle Connecting for Health Common Framework The PCAST report offers a compelling

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  • Homepage News Events | Markle | Advancing America's Future
    IT Health Library National Security Page Sections About National Security Post 9 11 Legacy Our Impact Task Force Quick Links National Security Library Reports and Recommendations Sharing and Collaboration The Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos About Markle Page Sections About Markle A Message from Zoë Baird Our Principles Our Impact Board of Directors Senior Team Our History Quick Links Conference Space Events Markle in the News Media Releases Past Initiatives President s Letters Rework America Page Sections About Rework America A Message from Rework America Opportunity for All Our Impact Initiative Members Expert Advisors Quick Links Rework America Connected Our Book America s Moment Initiative Overview Latest News Letters to Members Member Commentary Personal Stories Rework America Library Health Page Sections About Health Our Impact Steering Group Consumer Work Group HIE Committee Quick Links Blue Button Common Framework Health IT Health Library National Security Page Sections About National Security Post 9 11 Legacy Our Impact Task Force Quick Links National Security Library Reports and Recommendations Sharing and Collaboration The Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos News Events Americans Support Online Personal Health Records Patient Privacy and Control Over Their Own Information Are Crucial to Acceptance KatrinaHealth Markle led efforts to create KatrinaHealth an online portal that enabled patients and doctors anywhere in the U S to access critical health information including patient prescription information lost in the hurricane Edward F Rover Joins the Board of the Markle Foundation Markle Connecting for Health Statement on HHS Plans to Enhance Electronic Exchange of Health Information Prototype for a Nationwide Health Information Exchange Launched by Connecting for Health Intelligence Reform Bill Creates Framework For Information Sharing

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    Our Principles Our Impact Board of Directors Senior Team Our History Quick Links Conference Space Events Markle in the News Media Releases Past Initiatives President s Letters Rework America Page Sections About Rework America A Message from Rework America Opportunity for All Our Impact Initiative Members Expert Advisors Quick Links Rework America Connected Our Book America s Moment Initiative Overview Latest News Letters to Members Member Commentary Personal Stories Rework America Library Health Page Sections About Health Our Impact Steering Group Consumer Work Group HIE Committee Quick Links Blue Button Common Framework Health IT Health Library National Security Page Sections About National Security Post 9 11 Legacy Our Impact Task Force Quick Links National Security Library Reports and Recommendations Sharing and Collaboration The Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos Search Results Search Drew Ladner Drew Ladner is the President and CEO of Pascal Metrics Inc David Gunter David Gunter is the Director of Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Margaret Hamburg Margaret Hamburg is the Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration McCloskey Speaker Series Ten Years After 9 11 Markle s president Zoë Baird Budinger participates in discussion among a panel of leading policy experts and members of the Aspen Strategy Group moderated by Ambassador Nicholas Burns The panel of leading experts discussing the approaching ten year anniversary of 9 11 also features Madeleine Albright Chair Albright Stonebridge Group Stephen Hadley Senior Adviser for International Affairs at the United States Institute of Peace and Principal in The RiceHadley Group LLC Philip Zelikow Dean Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Professor of History University of Virginia and Chair of the 9 11 Commission Watch Video 2011 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit Policymakers and leading health IT strategists provide critical insights into state health IT transformation and modernization During the session Fostering a Network of Trust in Health Information Exchange Meredith Taylor Markle s Director of Health explains the foundational policies and practices of the Markle Connecting for Health Common Framework for Private and Secure Information Exchange and provides highlights of Connecting for Health s current efforts to reinforce the framework with specific practices aimed at addressing the current challenges that HIEs face Learn more about this event IRS Form 990 T Markle FY 2013 IRS Form 990 T for Markle fiscal year 2013 990 Tax tax forms tax return Financial financial information IRS Form 990 PF Markle FY 2013 IRS Form 990 PF for Markle fiscal year 2013 990 Tax tax forms tax return Financial financial information Health Care Information Technology Markle s Senior Director of Health Initiatives Laura Bailyn shares her perspectives during a panel discussion focusing on health information technology and the ways in which it has the capacity to change different aspects of the delivery system that is impactful and has meaningful use This session will also feature a dialogue on the actions that are needed to promote these efforts to improve health care coordination primary

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    more aspects of an electronic personal medical record Survey respondents reported the most interest in tracking immunization and medication information electronically transferring their medical history to new doctors and specialists and using e mail to communicate with their doctors Ironically fully 40 percent of survey respondents assume their doctors and hospitals are already using modern information technology to collect and manage their health information when in fact fewer than eight percent of doctors actually do so Based on our survey and focus groups many consumers have unwarranted faith in the sophistication of the healthcare industry s handling of their health information while others simply don t know how their information is managed or used said Dr David Lansky president of FACCT The degree to which they expect their doctor or hospital to have even basic computer based records or electronic communication between providers is far higher than the actual state of affairs Healthcare Collaborative Network Markle Connecting for Health also announced the Healthcare Collaborative Network HCN a demonstration project showing how electronic communications can help patients receive necessary and timely medical treatment and guard against medical errors incorrect prescriptions and adverse drug events For years consumers benefited from using information technology in such simple ways as tracking repairs on their vehicles At a minimum we need to use more IT to reduce medical errors save more lives and enhance our personal health The use of open data standards in HCN will help us do that said Russell Ricci MD and general manager of IBM Global Healthcare Industry which has played a leadership role in the HCN contributing both management and technology HCN participants include major health care systems and hospitals such as NewYork Presbyterian Hospitals Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Wishard Memorial Hospital Others including healthcare information technology suppliers representing over 90 of the market along with practicing clinicians public health and government agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC the Food and Drug Administration FDA and the Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services CMS will also participate NewYork Presbyterian Hospital is participating in the Healthcare Collaborative Network because we believe that information technology provides an unprecedented opportunity to enhance t he quality of care that we provide to our patients said Dr Herbert Pardes president and CEO of New York Presbyterian Hospital and CEO of New York Presbyterian Healthcare System But before the full value of IT can be realized an interconnected healthcare network must be created that links providers insurers regulators and patients To do this requires standards It is our duty as healthcare professionals to take every opportunity available to continuously improve the quality of care we provide The HCN pilot will involve data from clinical procedures lab results pharmacy prescriptions and diagnostic summaries Respiratory viral tests and lab results will be sent to the CDC for surveillance on infectious diseases The FDA will get data on whether patients are showing adverse reactions to various monitored medications CMS will receive data relevant to the quality of care provided to its beneficiaries Markle Connecting for Health is a public private collaborative with representatives from more than one hundred organizations across the spectrum of health care and information technology specialists Its purpose is to catalyze the widespread changes necessary to realize the full benefits of health information technology while protecting patient privacy and the security of personal health information Markle Connecting for Health tackles the key challenges to creating a networked health information environment that enables secure and private information sharing when and where it is needed to improve health and health care Learn more about Markle Connecting for Health at www markle org health Markle Funds Telemedecine Center Launching in Rural Cambodia BANLUNG CAMBODIA Today marks the opening of a telemedicine clinic that brings the specialized skills of doctors at Harvard Medical School affiliated teaching hospitals to one of the most isolated and medically underserved areas of Cambodia and the region The clinic is aimed at serving as a model for how information and communication technologies can be harnessed to improve the quality of health and life in the developing world The Ratanakiri telemedicine clinic is a joint project of the Markle Foundation American Assistance for Cambodia Partners Telemedicine and the Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope Shin Satellite of Thailand has contributed a dedicated high speed Internet satellite link to the project Cambodian doctors and nurses will use this link to share descriptions of patient symptoms digital photos ultrasound readings and X rays with Harvard specialists through Partners Telemedicine in Boston who will provide real time diagnostic guidance and suggested treatments Patients requiring more sophisticated equipment and supplies than those available at the clinic will be transferred to the charity Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope which is the local support institution for this project and other specialized medical centers in Phnom Penh Most patients however will be treated on site Cambodia s health problems are among the direst in Asia according to the World Health Organization Major health threats include trauma malaria tuberculosis AIDS hepatitis B and mine accidents Since most Cambodians live in rural areas and the country also lacks specialized physicians the population is deprived of adequate medical attention a situation that also exists in many other developing countries The clinic in Ratanakiri based at its only referral hospital will leverage the skills of health care providers in both Cambodia and the United States Telemedicine can overcome the barriers of distance and time to bring crucial information to the point of care says Zoë Baird president of the Markle Foundation which is funding this project It holds great potential to magnify the power of knowledge to save lives particularly in the areas of greatest need Baird noted that Markle supports the Ratanakiri telemedicine clinic because it hopes to improve the health of more than a thousand Cambodians and at the same time develop a model for technologically based health care that can be replicated to serve the poor in remote areas anywhere In the coming months the Markle Foundation and its partners will measure the clinic s impact on health and refine mechanisms for its long term sustainability About American Assistance for Cambodia American Assistance for Cambodia was established in 1993 by Bernard Krisher a former Newsweek Tokyo bureau chief who covered Cambodia in the 60s and has been engaged over the past decade in volunteer activities targeted on its reconstruction and rehabilitation AAfC s projects include the establishment of the charity Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope and the construction of 250 solar paneled computer equipped primary rural schools About Partners Telemedicine Partners Telemedicine is an arm of the Partners HealthCare System a non profit integrated health care delivery system founded by Brigham and Women s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital both teaching affiliates of Harvard Medical School Partners Telemedicine was established in 1995 and has provided more than 10 000 specialty consultations held 7 000 educational videoconferences and n umerous multimedia productions streamed via the Internet Harvard specialists through the Partners Telemedicine link are volunteering their time and expertise to the Ratanakiri telemedicine clinic as well as to another remote telemedicine link in Cambodia Preah Vihear province About the Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope The Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope is a privately funded charity hospital staffed and managed by HOPE worldwide a United Nations recognized NGO The hospital has made a six year investment in developing the skills of a Cambodian staff of 36 doctors and 75 nurses who provide medical care for 300 patients daily A small team of international volunteer doctors and surgeons works alongside national health leaders to treat 60 000 patients every year and since 2001 has provided the local link between the rural telemedicine project and international partners on a volunteer basis Markle Connecting for Health Applauds HHS Secretary Thompson s Endorsement of Clinical Data Standards WASHINGTON DC Markle Connecting for Health a collaborative of more than 90 private and public health care organizations supported by the Markle Foundation today applauded Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy G Thompson for his endorsement of clinical data standards adoption and the work of the federal government s Consolidated Health Informatics initiative The use of standards in clinical information systems with proper privacy and security safeguards will provide clinicians and patients with timely access to vital information to support high quality health care and improved patient safety Clinical data standards also strengthen efforts to create portable electronic medical records Since it was launched last September Markle Connecting for Health has found widespread support for the adoption of clinical data standards in the medical community in private industry in government among consumer advocates and beyond Several senior level officials within the Department of Health and Human Services and in other federal agencies participate in Markle Connecting for Health and are also involved with the federally led effort to use standards called the Consolidated Health Informatics Initiative The standards announced today by Secretary Thompson are well supported by many leaders in the health care industry said Carol C Diamond M D chair of the Steering Committee of Markle Connecting for Health and managing director of the Markle Foundation s Information Technologies for Better Health group Connecting for Health is an ambitious public private initiative that is working with many entities including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the Food and Drug Administration and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality within the Department of Health and Human Services as well as the Department of Defense and the Department of Veteran s Affairs We believe our synergistic efforts will ultimately benefit both patients and providers The Federal Government is showing leadership that has the potential to save lives in the nation s hospitals said Herbert Pardes MD President and CEO New York Presbyterian Hospital and executive vice chair of Markle Connecting for Health Computers that have medically critical information can only be linked at great expense often beyond the means of many hospitals Yet if these computers could be linked and share data we would vastly reduce potential errors Markle Connecting for Health is particularly gratified that Secretary Thompson has put into place a way to encourage vendors to make computer systems work together and for hospitals to integrate such systems into patient care Hospitals have sought the government s imprimatur for standards for years Today s action is the support we have needed Today s announcement specifically calls for all federal agencies to adopt Health Level 7 messaging standards certain National Council on Prescription Drug Programs standards the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 1073 series of standards the Digital Imaging Communications in Medicine standards and the laboratory Logical Observation Identifier Name Codes In September 2002 the Steering Group of Markle Connecting for Health obtained general agreement on the same set of standards signaling widespread support by many constituencies in the health care community The Steering Group is comprised of nationally recognized leading clinicians hospitals employers third party payers government organizations information technology suppliers academic and research institutions national standards groups manufacturers community organizations and consumer groups Use of Web based information technology that follows open standards and is interoperable is critical in the nation s drive to improve healthcare quality safety and cost efficiency Healthcare stakeholders in the private sector are fully committed to helping public health and other federal agencies adopt this technology said Russell J Ricci MD and general manager IBM Global Healthcare and executive vice chair of Markle Connecting for Health During his remarks today Secretary Thompson also announced the Administration s support for a national health information infrastructure an idea recently endorsed by the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics Today s remarks represent a critical step forward for health care and patients said John Lumpkin MD MPH director of the Illinois Department of Public Health chair of the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics and executive vice chair of Markle Connecting for Health The creation of a national health information infrastructure will provide ready access to relevant reliable information enabling consumers patients practicing clinicians and public health agencies to address personal and community health needs more effectively Markle Connecting for Health is also addressing two other key aspects related to a national health information infrastructure that need to be considered as we pursue the adoption of clinical data standards 1 identifying and communicating practical strategies and solutions for the secure and private transmission of medical information and 2 actively working to understand what consumers will need and expect from an interconnected electronic health system The results of this 9 month collaborative will be released on June 5th in Washington DC Personal Health Records Understanding the Evolving Landscape The Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology ONC hosts Personal Health Records Understanding the Evolving Landscape Markle s Director of Personal Health Technology Josh Lemieux will participate on a panel in this free day long public roundtable to discuss consumer concerns and expectations for the privacy and security of health information and the attitudes of health care providers and industry groups towards privacy and security of PHRs The roundtable will also include three other panels consisting of researchers and prominent representatives of consumer patient and industry organizations Inaugural Health Care Innovation Day HCI DC 2010 The West Wireless Health Institute hosts its first Health Care Innovation Day on October 12 2010 in Washington DC The day will consist of a series of panels discussions and technology demonstrations aimed at bridging the gap between industry and government to enable health care innovation Markle s Managing Director Carol Diamond participates on the panel Driving the Discussion on Innovation between Industry Government Markle Connecting For Health Applauds President Bush s Stance On Information Standards For Healthcare WASHINGTON DC Markle Connecting for Health a collaborative of more than 90 private and public health care organizations today applauded President Bush for his bold statement in support of information technology and communication standards by doctors and medical institutions nationwide Mr Bush made his statement at a gathering of the American Medical Association in Washington D C on Tuesday Since it was founded last September Markle Connecting for Health has found widespread support for the adoption of clinical data standards in the medical community in private industry in government among consumer advocates and beyond Standards are crucial for the President s vision to be achieved Without them electronic health records cannot easily make vital information available to patients and their physicians when needed most With proper privacy and security safeguards electronic health records can support patients and their physicians in their decision making and lead to an overall improvement in the quality of health care in America Because of the highly fragmented nature of our healthcare system where care is delivered by a variety of independent physicians and other providers working in a broad spectrum of inpatient and ambulatory settings medical information is often collected and reported in a piecemeal fashion said Herb Pardes MD President and Chief Executive Officer of New York Presbyterian Hospital and Executive Vice Chair of Markle Connecting for Health President Bush s announcement is a critical step forward said Carol C Diamond M D chair of Markle Connecting for Health and managing director of the Markle Foundation s Information Technologies for Better Health Group There is an urgent need to ensure that information systems become interoperable so that vital health information is available when and where it is needed in a way that protects patient privacy and security In his address the President pointed to the inefficiency and the threat to patient safety posed by a health care system based on paper records and varied electronic standards Patient safety also improves when doctors can have access to health records without delay Mr Bush said When a patient has a medical emergency far from home the attending physician should have quick access to that person s medical records Yet the health care industry while progressing in many areas has lagged in information technology Right now as you all know better than most health care records are kept in different formats believe it or not a lot of times on paper In files That can get lost Mr Bush said He added that in the budget for next year he is proposing an increase of 53 percent for funding to help hospitals use information technology In the present paper based healthcare system millions of high quality providers are bogged down with unnecessary paper The development of electronic health records will allow providers to refocus their attention spending more time with patients and less time with paper which is exactly what they want to be doing President Bush s statement gives momentum to an interconnected future in health care said Russell J Ricci MD General Manager IBM Global Healthcare Industry and Executive Vice Chair of Markle Connecting for Health We support his leadership in this matter as well as the leadership of those in the Congress who are addressing these issues in order to improve the safety quality and cost effectiveness of patient care Markle Foundation Launches Initiative to Promote Adoption of Key Clinical Health Information Standards WASHINGTON DC The Markle Foundation today launched an ambitious public private initiative designed to improve patient care by promoting the adoption of an initial set of standards for electronic medical information in a way that protects patient privacy Markle Connecting for Health A Public Private Collaborative announced at the Emerging Technologies Healthcare Innovations Congress in Washington D C will bring together government industry healthcare leaders and consumer advocates in an action oriented nine month effort Establishing consensus on a core set of health care data standards has the potential to improve quality facilitate timely research and ultimately enable patients to become full participants in their care The Markle Foundation will convene the Collaborative which will include practicing clinicians hospitals employers and other third party payers federal and state government organizations healthcare information technology

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  • Michael B. Jackson | Markle | Advancing America's Future
    Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos About Markle Page Sections About Markle A Message from Zoë Baird Our Principles Our Impact Board of Directors Senior Team Our History Quick Links Conference Space Events Markle in the News Media Releases Past Initiatives President s Letters Rework America Page Sections About Rework America A Message from Rework America Opportunity for All Our Impact Initiative Members Expert Advisors Quick Links Rework America Connected Our Book America s Moment Initiative Overview Latest News Letters to Members Member Commentary Personal Stories Rework America Library Health Page Sections About Health Our Impact Steering Group Consumer Work Group HIE Committee Quick Links Blue Button Common Framework Health IT Health Library National Security Page Sections About National Security Post 9 11 Legacy Our Impact Task Force Quick Links National Security Library Reports and Recommendations Sharing and Collaboration The Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos Michael B Jackson Head of Global Healthcare and Life Sciences Adobe Systems Inc Member Markle Connecting for Health Steering Group As the Head of Global Healthcare and Life Sciences at Adobe Systems Michael Jackson is responsible for go to market strategies for Adobe s portfolio of health care solutions In his role he quantifies and prioritizes market development opportunities and evangelizes the evolution of a patient centric architecture throughout the health care ecosystem Jackson has over 15 years of health care experience in progressive roles at IT biotech and medical device companies Prior to joining Adobe he was Director of Marketing and Business Development at MicroProbes for Life Science where he oversaw new product commercialization and developed global distribution channels for neural data interfaces Before working at MicroProbes he was a Product Manager

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    hospitals must meet requirements to give patients electronic copies of lists of medications after visit summaries lab results and other pertinent information 62 percent of the public called this requirement important for the health IT subsidies to be well spent Roughly half of the doctors surveyed agreed Observations Solid majorities of both the public and doctors surveyed support the principle that people ought to be able to download and keep copies of their personal health information But patients today seldom request copies in electronic format PHR Adoption on the Rise Read the Survey Overview See All Results Key Findings 10 percent of the public surveyed report use of electronic personal health records PHRs A similar proportion of doctors say they offer PHR tools to their patients Reported PHR use by the public is up from 3 percent found in Markle s 2008 survey Observations PHR adoption is trending upward A similar proportion of doctors say they offer PHR tools to their patients Of the people reporting use of a PHR in Markle s 2010 study n 159 of 1582 total sample doctors hospitals are the most common PHR supplier 3 in 4 Doctors Would Prefer Computerized Means to Share Patient Information with Each Other Read the Survey Overview See All Results Key Findings Only 17 percent of the doctors surveyed said they use computer based means predominantly to communicate with other doctors today However 74 percent of the doctors said they would prefer computer based means to paper and fax when sharing patient information with each other 47 percent of the doctors would prefer computer based means to share information with their patients Many Doctors and Patients Perceive Gaps in Their Communications Read the Survey Overview See All Results Key Findings Nearly all doctors say their patients sometimes or most times forget potentially important things they are told Substantial portions of both doctors and patients say key information is sometimes forgotten or lost in their interactions Nearly half of the public perceives that their main doctor is the one who should keep their most accurate complete health and medical records But 2 in 5 of both public and physician groups say it is the patient not doctors who should perform such a role 15 percent of the public perceives that no one is performing this role for them Observations There are contrasting perceptions between the public and doctors about the frequency of potentially important information being lost in doctor patient interactions 1 of 3 of the doctors say they sometimes forget or lose track of potentially important things their patients tell them Similar proportions of patients 40 percent and doctors 38 percent said patients themselves not doctors should be the ones who maintain the most accurate complete records about themselves 15 percent of the public perceives that no one is performing the role of keeping the most accurate complete version of health and medical records for them Large Majorities of the Public and Physicians Agree on Information Sharing Priorities for

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    Button Common Framework Health IT Health Library National Security Page Sections About National Security Post 9 11 Legacy Our Impact Task Force Quick Links National Security Library Reports and Recommendations Sharing and Collaboration The Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos About Markle Page Sections About Markle A Message from Zoë Baird Our Principles Our Impact Board of Directors Senior Team Our History Quick Links Conference Space Events Markle in the News Media Releases Past Initiatives President s Letters Rework America Page Sections About Rework America A Message from Rework America Opportunity for All Our Impact Initiative Members Expert Advisors Quick Links Rework America Connected Our Book America s Moment Initiative Overview Latest News Letters to Members Member Commentary Personal Stories Rework America Library Health Page Sections About Health Our Impact Steering Group Consumer Work Group HIE Committee Quick Links Blue Button Common Framework Health IT Health Library National Security Page Sections About National Security Post 9 11 Legacy Our Impact Task Force Quick Links National Security Library Reports and Recommendations Sharing and Collaboration The Lawfare Blog Library Quick Links Our Book America s Moment Archive Media Releases Member Commentary President s Letters Videos News Events Think Human Dashboard Revolutionary New Guide Provides Healthcare Roadmap Task Force Says Government Has Not Yet Taken Advantage of America s Technology Expertise to Combat Terrorism Study Shows Market Competition and Government Encouragement are Key Drivers of Growth of the Internet in China Life on the Line Starring Ally Sheedy To Air On Oxygen Network WebMD Health and Markle Foundation Launch Life on the Line Unique Initiative Empowers Women To Take Control of Their Own Health Care Markle Connecting For Health Unites Over 100 Organizations To Bring American Healthcare System into Information

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