eHealth Initiative is launching the 2020 Roadmap, a public-private collaborative that includes a series of surveys, webinars, executive roundtables, and events to convene key constituencies, create consensus and help shape the future. All organizations and individuals are invited to participate in the process. As we look ahead to the next five years, it is critical to reexamine recent policy, innovation, and technology efforts, and identify the best path forward towards health system delivery transformation.

This survey consists of 10 questions and should take less than 5 minutes to complete. Results from the survey will help inform the eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap. All responses will be kept confidential.

Survey respondents will receive a discount code to attend the upcoming Annual Forum on Data and Analytics in Healthcare on May 21-22 in Washington, DC. If you have any questions about the survey or 2020 Roadmap, please contact Jon Dimsdale, Director of Programs and Research at eHealth Initiative.

Thanks for your participation!

* 1. Since 2008, health IT has helped decrease healthcare costs.

* 2. Since 2008, health IT has helped increase healthcare quality.

* 3. Health IT has helped promote team-based care concepts.

* 4. The Meaningful Use EHR Incentive Program provides a sustainable path for the adoption and use of health IT.

* 5. It is more difficult for providers from small practices and hospitals to comply with Meaningful Use requirements.

* 6. Additional federal incentives need to be created and/or redesigned to enable delivery system transformation.

* 7. Current federal policies, committees and regulations are sufficient to help the nation attain interoperability by 2020.

* 8. The health IT industry should self-regulate systems and devices.

* 9. The EHR certification process achieves the right balance between innovation and ensuring product adequacy.

* 10. Great progress has been made in using HIT to engage consumers in the management of their health.

* 11. Providers have the skills and capabilities needed to transform healthcare using IT.

* 12. Providers clearly understand which clinical information can be legally shared with other providers and payers.

* 13. If you’d like to learn more about the 2020 Roadmap Initiative and how you can participate, please fill in your contact information below.