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Federal Health IT Strategic Plan Draft 2024-2030: ECRI shares feedback

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT and more than 25 federal organizations collaborated to develop the draft 2024-2030 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan Draft. The plan defines goals, objectives, and strategies to improve health experiences and outcomes, while also improving health equity and advancing scientific discovery and innovation.

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT solicited public comments in response to the draft plan. ECRI convened a team of experts in patient safety, health technology and records, healthcare supply chain, and information technology to provide comments.

Download ECRI’s feedback to the federal health IT strategic plan, with recommendations and insights related to: (links to PDF of our comments)

  • Strengths and Alignment in the Plan
  • Cybersecurity Threats
  • Privacy and Data Protection
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Supply Chain and Pricing Data
  • HIT Technology/EHR Documentation
  • Patient Safety and Total Systems Safety Approach
  • Prerequisites for Plan Execution
“The draft strategic plan is a critical step forward in modernizing the nation’s public health infrastructure,” said Marcus Schabacker, President and CEO of ECRI. “It offers an ambitious vision of the healthcare landscape of the future. The health IT infrastructure is the cornerstone of our nation’s healthcare system, where we face significant threats and opportunities to improve its resiliency, effectiveness, interoperability, adaptability, and standardization.”

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