The Health Information Technology Policy Committee, which advises federal officials on health IT issues, has added three new members to its ranks.

At last week’s HIT Policy Committee meeting, Vice Chair Paul Tang introduced the three new members: Kathleen Blake, M.D., vice president for performance improvement at the American Medical Association who will serve as an expert on healthcare quality measurement and reporting; Donna Cryer, founder and president of the Global Liver Institute who will serve as an advocate for patients and consumers; and Brent Snyder, chief information officer at Adventist Health System who will represent providers. The committee will fill one additional open membership slot.

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