We have three distinct calls to action for CHI:


 

Education

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CHI educates key decision-makers at the federal and state levels about the effectiveness, quality, and potential of connected health and wellness technology.

Advocacy

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CHI fosters a regulatory environment that allows for innovation and encourages the adoption of connected health technology. We work with key agencies and decision-makers to update outdated regulations, and promote the adoption of new and productive legislation and regulations.

Research

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Through the creation, promotion, and distribution of research, white papers, and industry best practices, CHI demonstrates the effectiveness of connected health technology and support quality measures and implementation. 

 

CHI’s current focus areas are:


 

Privacy and Security

Our Privacy and Security Working Group is exploring best practices in patient generated health data. It works with key agencies to update relevant health policies and provides thought leadership on wellness devices, connected clothing, mobile health apps, cybersecurity, as well as guidance about whether relevant privacy and security regulations (like HIPAA) apply. 

Our Privacy and Security Working Group is exploring best practices in patient generated health data. It works with key agencies to update relevant health policies and provides thought leadership on wellness devices, connected clothing, mobile health apps, cybersecurity, as well as guidance about whether relevant privacy and security regulations (like HIPAA) apply. 

Reimbursement

Our Reimbursement Working Group is promoting telehealth and remote patient monitoring solutions to improve patient care and outcomes by attaining adequate reimbursement in subsidized medicine for physicians’ use of these technologies.     

Our Reimbursement Working Group is promoting telehealth and remote patient monitoring solutions to improve patient care and outcomes by attaining adequate reimbursement in subsidized medicine for physicians’ use of these technologies.     

Effectiveness and Quality Assurance

Our Effectiveness Working Group is putting forth studies on the effectiveness of connected health technology, including risk assessment, for audiences including regulatory agencies, Congress, physicians, and research institutions. 

Our Effectiveness Working Group is putting forth studies on the effectiveness of connected health technology, including risk assessment, for audiences including regulatory agencies, Congress, physicians, and research institutions. 

 

Members of the CHI Steering Committee serve an advisory capacity that shapes and drives CHI’s yearly goals and agenda. Joining the steering committee guarantees your company the opportunity to help guide CHI’s policy work, research initiatives, and state and federal engagement for the year.

 

 

Additional sponsorship opportunities

You can support CHI in a variety of other ways, including:

  • Event sponsorship, in Washington, D.C., and regionally
  • Support of research, white papers, and best practices 
  • The annual App Economy Conference
  • Additional projects