A consumer advocate position is open on the HIT Policy Committee, comprising stakeholders who advise federal officials on the nation’s strategy for widespread use of health information technology.

In particular, the policy committee--and the HIT Standards Committee--advise the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and are quite influential in shaping regulations.

Nominations for the consumer advocate post must be submitted to the Government Accountability Office by May 25. More information is here in a May 11 Federal Register notice.

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