The push toward "meaningful use" of health IT in America's hospitals and medical practices involves some of the country's most talented healthcare and technology leaders. InformationWeek Healthcare shines a spotlight on some of those healthcare IT movers and shakers.
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Marc Probst, CIO Intermountain Healthcare, is a former Ernst & Young consultant. Probst currently serves on the Health IT Policy Committee, which makes recommendations to the National Coordinator on HITECH program related matters. That includes a policy framework for the development and adoption of a nationwide health information infrastructure, including standards for the exchange of patient medical information. Probst's clinical IT team at Intermountain -- which is among the country's earliest users of e-health records, recently spent several years co-developing with GE Healthcare the vendor's last generation of enterprise clinical information systems. Intermountain is one of the largest healthcare providers in Utah and Idaho.
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