Health information technology (health IT) can transform relationships between consumers and their health care providers into partnerships that help patients and families take a more active role in managing care and improving health.
Patient, Family and Consumer Priorities
Drawing on our years of experience in health IT policy, the National Partnership has identified priority strategies we believe play a fundamental role in realizing the potential of modern technology to support patients, families and consumers in being active, engaged and empowered members of their health care teams. Learn More
Consumer Partnership for eHealth
The Consumer Partnership for eHealth (CPeH), a non-partisan coalition led by the National Partnership for Women & Families, has been working since 2005 to ensure that efforts to drive health information technology (IT) adoption and use meet the needs of patients and their families. Learn More