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Association Seeks Privacy/Security Mavens

January 29, 2008
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The Washington-based National Governors Association (NGA) is seeking nominations for membership on a taskforce of its State Alliance for e-Health to examine legal issues for maintaining privacy and security while facilitating the exchange of electronic health information.

Participation in this taskforce will be a one-year term beginning in March 2008. Candidates should have experience in state-level and/or national-level privacy and/or security issues related to HIE (preferably both), broad knowledge of healthcare and health IT issues and experience in the field, according to the NGA.

All nominations should include the candidate’s contact information and a brief biography (maximum one page). Nomination materials must be received by Feb. 20.

Send Nominations via e-mail, mail, or fax to: Teresa Cagnolatti

National Governors Association

Center for Best Practices

444 N. Capital St. NW, Suite 267

Washington, D.C. 20001

Fax: (202) 624-7825




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