Application for the 2021 Carequality Advisory Council is Now Open

September 23, 2021 |
Carequality Blog, Carequality News

We’re looking for representatives from across the healthcare world to help our Steering Committee make informed decisions about the Carequality Interoperability Framework! We’re now accepting applications to join the Advisory Council until Sunday, October 17, 2021.

The Advisory Council includes stakeholders from not only provider organizations, networks, and vendors, but also patient safety organizations, behavioral health organizations, government agencies, standards development organizations, and other healthcare settings such as labs, pharmacies, and long-term care.

Why Join the Carequality Advisory Council?

As a member of the diverse Council, you influence Carequality’s strategy by providing recommendations on project prioritization and new use case selection. You will provide input on in-progress work products at milestones in development, and revise draft and proposed final deliverables for presentation to the Steering Committee.

Through its diverse representation, the Council assures the broadest set of interests are reflected in Carequality’s work. We are shaping the future of healthcare by solving today’s interoperability challenges in a way that makes the most real-world sense with the fewest implementation barriers and burdens.

Carequality is adapting to the health care needs of today and has exchanged a total of three billion clinical documents to date. You can be part of our impactful projects by applying to the Advisory Council today. To nominate yourself, submit the Advisory Council application by Sunday, October 17th and include your resume or current CV.

Curious to see who serves the Carequality Advisory Council today? See a list of current Advisory Council members.

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About Carequality

Carequality is a national-level, consensus-built, interoperability framework to enable exchange between and among health information networks. Carequality brings together diverse groups, including electronic health record vendors, record locator service providers and other types of existing networks, to determine technical and policy agreements to enable data to flow between and among networks, platforms and geographies.

The Carequality Framework provides the essential elements for trusted national exchange, such as common rules of the road, well-defined technical specifications and a participant directory.


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