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A National Dialogue on Health IT and Privacy: Final Panel Report

A National Dialogue on Health IT and Privacy: Final Panel Report

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In October 2008, on the eve of the presidential election, citizens and stakeholders from around the country convened at http://www.thenationaldialogue.org/healthit to share their ideas and concerns about the future of our health IT and privacy policies. Over 3,000 people from every state and 80 countries around the world visited this website, generating hundreds of ideas and comments.

Now, a Panel of the National Academy of Public Administration has analyzed that Dialogue, and issued this report with key implications for health IT and privacy and civic engagement. The report also uses the information shared during to course of the Dialogue to establish principles on which future health IT and privacy policy should be based.

President Obama has called upon government to harness new technology and make government transparent, participatory and collaborative. The National Dialogue demonstrates an important new opportunity to use technology to reach across and outside of government to access the collective brainpower of organizations, stakeholders and individuals.
In October 2008, on the eve of the presidential election, citizens and stakeholders from around the country convened at http://www.thenationaldialogue.org/healthit to share their ideas and concerns about the future of our health IT and privacy policies. Over 3,000 people from every state and 80 countries around the world visited this website, generating hundreds of ideas and comments.

Now, a Panel of the National Academy of Public Administration has analyzed that Dialogue, and issued this report with key implications for health IT and privacy and civic engagement. The report also uses the information shared during to course of the Dialogue to establish principles on which future health IT and privacy policy should be based.

President Obama has called upon government to harness new technology and make government transparent, participatory and collaborative. The National Dialogue demonstrates an important new opportunity to use technology to reach across and outside of government to access the collective brainpower of organizations, stakeholders and individuals.

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A Report by a Panel of the
 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
for the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, the General Services Administration, and Federal Chief Information Officers Council
On Health Information Technology and Privacy
October
 
27
th
November
 
3
rd
,
 
2008
 
2009
 
 
ABOUT
 
THE
 
ACADEMY
 
The
 
National
 
Academy
 
of 
 
Public
 
Administration
 
is
 
the
 
preeminent
 
independent,
 
non
profit
 
organization
 
for
 
public
 
governance.
 
Established
 
in
 
1967
 
and
 
chartered
 
by
 
Congress,
 
the
 
Academy
 
has
 
become
 
an
 
independent
 
source
 
of 
 
trusted
 
advice
 
for
 
every
 
branch
 
and
 
level
 
of 
 
government,
 
Congressional
 
committees
 
and
 
civic
 
organizations.
 
The
 
Academy
 
works
 
constructively
 
with
 
government
 
agencies
 
to
 
improve
 
their
 
performance
 
and
 
management
 
through
 
problem
 
solving,
 
objective
 
research,
 
comprehensive
 
analysis,
 
strategic
 
planning,
 
and
 
connecting
 
people
 
and
 
ideas.
 
The
 
Academy
 
is
 
led
 
by
 
its
 
elected
 
membership
 
of 
 
more
 
than
 
600
 
distinguished
 
Fellows.
 
This
 
work
 
by
 
the
 
National
 
Academy
 
of 
 
Public
 
Administration
 
is
 
licensed
 
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Commons
 
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Cover
 
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cover
 
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the
 
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Dialogue
 
on
 
Health
 
IT
 
and
 
Privacy.
 
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interactive
 
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 A Report by a Panel of the
NATIONAL ACADEMY OFPUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
 For the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, the General Services Administration, and the Federal Chief Information Officers Council 
February 2009
A National Dialogue on Health InformationTechnology and Privacy
PANELFranklin S. Reeder
*
 Alan P. Balutis
*
 
Gary A. Christopherson
*
 
C. Alan Lyles
*
 
Sallyanne Payton
*
 
*
 National Academy Fellow
 

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