National Articles on e-Health

National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics

Information For Health: A Strategy for Building the National Health Information Infrastructure (NHII) (PDF: 100 pages)
Report and Recommendations from the National Committee on Vital And Health Statistics. November 15, 2001. Attention: Non-MDH link

Government Accounting Office (GAO) Reports

HHS’s Efforts to Promote Health Information Technology and Legal Barriers to Its Adoption (PDF: 64 pages)
Briefing for Congressional Staff Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions. Government Accounting Office (GAO) report. August 2004. Attention: Non-MDH link

BIOTERRORISM: Information Technology Strategy Could Strengthen Federal Agencies’ Abilities to Respond to Public Health Emergencies (PDF: 103 pages)
Report to Congressional Requesters. U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO). May 2003. Attention: Non-MDH link

BIOTERRORISM: Information Technology Strategy Could Strengthen Federal Agencies’ Abilities to Respond to Public Health Emergencies (PDF: 1 page)
GAO Highlights (U.S. General Accounting Office). Attention: Non-MDH link

National Institute of Medicine Reports

Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century
Executive Summary. 2001. Attention: Non-MDH link

To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System Executive Summary
2000. Attention: Non-MDH link

Connecting for Health Collaborative and National e-Health Collaborative

Achieving Electronic Connectivity in Healthcare: A Preliminary Roadmap from the Nation's Public and Private-Sector Healthcare Leaders (PDF: 11 pages)
Executive Summary. July 2004. Attention: Non-MDH link

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Assocation

Public Health 101 for Informaticians
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Assocation article. PubMed Central. Nov-Dec 2001. Attention: Non-MDH link

Doctor's Office Quality-Information Technology (DOQ-IT)

DOQ-IT Project Overview & Other Information (PDF: 76KB/1 page)
General project overview.


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