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National eHealth Collaborative joins AmericanEHR
PHILADELPHIA, February 13, 2013 -- The National eHealth
Collaborative (NeHC), a public-private partnership that enables
secure and interoperable nationwide health information exchange to
advance health and improve health care, has joined AmericanEHR
Partners as a content provider, joining more than 20
professional societies that support the free online resource.
AmericanEHR Partners provides comprehensive information to
support clinicians in the selection and use of electronic health
records (EHR) in order to improve health care delivery. It was
founded by the American College of Physicians (ACP) and Cientis
"NeHC provides an excellent menu of high quality, interactive
educational opportunities for health care professionals through
NeHC University," said Michael S. Barr, MD, MBA, FACP, who leads
ACP's Medical Practice, Professionalism & Quality division and
is a member of NeHC's Board of Directors. "We look forward to
sharing their programs and collaborating on new activities for the
AmericanEHR content providers are not-for-profit organizations
with expertise in health care informatics that create neutral
educational content to support selection, adoption, and use of EHRs
by health care providers and their practice teams.
"National eHealth Collaborative is proud to join AmericanEHR
Partners and to have the opportunity to provide our NeHC University
content targeted to help clinicians leverage health IT to improve
health care," said Kate Berry, Chief Executive Officer, NeHC.
About AmericanEHR PartnersAmericanEHR
Partners is a free online resource designed to aid the medical
community with the selection, implementation, and effective use of
health information technology and electronic health records. It
does not endorse any electronic health record vendor. AmericanEHR
Partners was founded by the American College of Physicians and
Cientis Technologies and is supported by 16 medical societies and
five health IT organizations with a combined membership of more
than 700,000 clinicians, representing over 65 percent of physicians
in the U.S. For more information on AmericanEHR Partners, visit
About the American College of Physicians
The American College of Physicians is the largest
medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician
group in the United States. ACP members include 133,000 internal
medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and
medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists who
apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis,
treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum
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About the National eHealth Collaborative
The National eHealth Collaborative is a public-private
partnership that accelerates secure and meaningful use of health IT
through education and stakeholder engagement to advance health and
transform health care. Through its NeHC University online education
program, its Consumer Consortium on eHealth patient engagement
initiative, and its ongoing study of critical success factors for
health information exchange through the HIE Learning Network, NeHC
works to educate, connect and encourage health care stakeholders in
efforts to promote the successful deployment of health IT and
health information exchange nationwide. NeHC is a cooperative
agreement partner with the Office of the National Coordinator for
Health IT (ONC).