Industry consortium eHealth Initiative will host a one-day forum on health information exchange issues on July 22 in Washington.

Registration is free for members of developing or operational regional or state health information exchanges, contingent on them participating in eHealth Initative's 2010 HIE survey. The cost for members of eHealth Initiative is $150 and $300 for the general public.

Topics to be covered include getting started, what works for sustainability, understanding quality measurement and getting to meaningful use, implementation strategies, inter-state coordination, connecting to the nationwide health information network, engaging consumers and measuring progress.

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