Health Information Technology Advisory Commission (HITAC)
Email address: VDH-HealthIT@vdh.virginia.gov
Information regarding the Statewide HIE Planning and Operations Process can be found here.
For a calendar of public committee meetings, click here.
The Governor’s Health Information Technology Advisory Commission (HITAC) was created by Executive Order 95
The Secretary of Health and Human Resources chairs the Commission and is responsible for convening the Commission. The Commission consists of members appointed by the chair in consultation with the Secretary of Technology and represents broad stakeholder engagement in health information technology and exchange.
The Commission meets at the call of the chair to oversee the responsibilities as outlined above. Members of the Commission serve without compensation.
Staff support is provided through the Secretary of Health and Human Resources. Staff support from other agencies is made available as the Secretary designates.
The Commission enlists a broad range of stakeholders including physicians, HIE and privacy experts and hospital and insurance executives. Committee members include:
Dr. William Hazel, Jr., , Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Commonwealth of Virginia
Ms. Karen Jackson, Deputy Secretary of Technology, Commonwealth of Virginia
Mr. Christopher Bailey, Senior Vice President, Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association and Chief Information Officer
Mr. Eric Barber, Chief Operating Officer, Danville Regional Medical Center
Mr. Daniel Barchi, Senior Vice-President and Chief Information Officer, Carilion Clinic; President, Carilion Biomedical Institute
Mr. Geoffrey "Geoff" Brown, Senior Vice-President and Chief Information Officer, Inova Health System
Dr. C. Donald Combs, Vice Provost for Planning and Health Professions, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Ms. Laura J. Dickerson, Regional Vice President for Business Solutions, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Dr. Alistair Erskine, Chief Medical Information Officer, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
Ms. Aryana Khalid, Health and Education Legislative Assistant to Senator Mark Warner
Mr. Michael Matthews, CEO, MedVirginia; Advisor to the Governor's Office of Health Information Technology
Ms. Susan Motley, CEO, Virginia Nurses Association
Ms. Deborah D. Oswalt, Executive Director, Virginia Health Care Foundation
Dr. Gregg Pane, Director, Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services
Ms. Cathy P. Pumphrey, Director of Planning and Information Management for the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board
Dr. Karen Remley, Commissioner, Virginia Department of Health
Ms. Terri M. Ripley, Director of Systems and Programming, Centra Health
Dr. Marshall Ruffin, Chief Technology and Health Information Officer, University of Virginia Health System
Mr. David Selig, Chief Executive Officer, Community Care Network of Virginia
Ms. Anna Slomovic, Chief Privacy Officer, Anakam, Inc.
Dr. Robert M. Wah, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President, Computer Sciences Corporation
Mr. Victor Williams, President/CEO, The Landmark Group, LLC
Mr. Bert Wilson, Deratology Associates of Virgnia
November 16, 2009 Draft Agenda
November 16, 2009 Draft Minutes
March 11, 2010 Agenda
March 11, 2010 Minutes
March 11, 2010_Handouts
March 11, 2010 Ruffin Presentation
April 15, 2010 Agenda
Decision Brief 1 – Business and Technical Operations Committee
Decision Brief 2 – Finance Committee
Decision Brief 3 – Governance Committee
Decision Brief 4 – Communications Committee
Minutes - April 15, 2010
May 20, 2010 Agenda
May 20, 2010 Meeting Materials (.zip)
SMHP Basic Timeline
Subcommittee Basic Timeline
Final Decision Briefs (.zip)
Minutes - May 20, 2010.
June 17, 2010 - Agenda
Meeting Materials (.zip)
Minutes - June 17, 2010
Comprehensive First Drafts - COV-HIE Strategic and Operational Plans
Agenda - July 15, 2010
Meeting Materials (.zip)
Minutes - July 15, 2010
Agenda - August 19, 2010
Decision Brief - Governance
Minutes - DRAFT - August 19, 2010
Agenda - October 19, 2010
RFP Summary Presentation
Public Health Reporting Presentation - Dr. Keri Hall
Minutes - October 19, 2010
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