Committees, Workgroups & Task Forces
The Executive Committee is responsible for establishing the guiding principles of the EHR Association and for developing and implementing strategic plans.
The Membership Committee manages membership criteria and materials and approves new members. They manage the election and appointment processes as well as the EHR Association annual budget process.
Addresses both government and private sector efforts related to certification of EHRs.
Delivery System Reform (DSR) Workgroup
Focuses on the significant reform efforts underway in the United States toward value-based reimbursement, including efforts that extend beyond traditional EHRs, yet leverage EHR data.
Patient Safety (PS) Workgroup
Collaborates with member companies and stakeholders to advance the safe use of EHRs.
Privacy & Security (P&S) Workgroup
Addresses efforts that relate to privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) managed or exchanged through an EHR.
Public Health (PH) Workgroup
Focuses on late breaking news, case reporting/registries vaccines, operational reporting, and infrastructure to improve the state of public health.
Public Policy Leadership (PPL) Workgroup
Facilitates leadership in key public policy initiatives of importance to EHR developers.
Quality Measurement (QM) Workgroup
Focuses on opportunities and barriers to how EHRs can facilitate improvements in care quality.
Standards & Interoperability (S&I) Workgroup
Addresses efforts, both public and private, on the best use of standards to achieve nationwide interoperability.
User Experience (UX) Workgroup
Focuses on the user experience, workflow, and usability efforts.
Information Blocking Compliance Task Force
Evaluates and provides guidance on Information Blocking requirements and impacts for EHR developers and customers.
Opioid Crisis Task Force
Examines how to best utilize EHR data and capabilities as a tool ion the nationwide effort to fight opioid abuse.
Social Determinants of Health and Health Equity Task Force
Focuses on member education, thought leadership and advocacy, and most importantly, understanding and dismantling the barriers to equitable care.