The Comptroller General of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) announced the appointment of THaW PI David Kotz to the organization’s Health IT (HIT) Policy Committee. In his announcement, Gene Dodaro noted, “In developing policy for health information technology, it’s important to take into account expertise related to privacy and security and to health care research as well as the views of health care workers who are the users of HIT.”
The Comptroller General is responsible for appointing 13 of the 20 members of the HIT Policy Committee. David will fill the role of expert in privacy and security.
Read more in the full GAO press release and an article on HispanicBusiness.com