The Healthcare Services Platform Consortium, a group of providers, IT vendors, system integrators and venture-led firms dedicated to solving the industry-wide interoperability problem, has filed for incorporation in the State of Delaware as a first step to gaining legitimacy as an organization.
For us to really have governance and be able to make binding decisions for the group, we have to have some formal organization in place and we also want to be able to receive money and disburse money, says Stanley Huff, M.D., chief medical informatics officer for Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare and a founding member of HSPC. He talked to Health Data Management Aug. 22 during a consortium meeting in Washington, D.C, hosted by IBM.
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