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HIE Policy Board

In 2012, the Mayor of the District of Columbia established the HIE Policy Board to provide recommendations on the secure and protected exchange of health information in the District. The District’s HIE efforts are guided by this twenty-two (22) member volunteer Board that includes representatives from District-based provider associations, hospitals, health systems, payers, providers, Medicaid beneficiaries, information technologists, and District of Columbia Government agencies.

The Board is tasked with making recommendations to the Mayor, and Directors of several key District Government agencies, regarding the District’s HIE policies, mission, definition, vision, geographic scope, and functional scope of HIE operations, and how they should be coordinated with local and national efforts.

Board Documents

Upcoming Board Meetings – 2019

The Board meets quarterly with periodic special sessions to discuss priority issues. All Board meeting materials (e.g. agenda, slides, and location) are published on this webpage at least one week in advance of the meeting date. All 2019 Board meetings will take place at the DHCF Office, 441 4th Street, NW Room 1114 (11th Floor) unless otherwise indicated below.

HIE Policy Board Meeting - January 17, 3-5 PM ET

HIE Policy Board Meeting - April 25, 3-5 PM ET

HIE Policy Board Meeting - July 18, 3-5 PM ET [Cancelled]

HIE Policy Board Meeting - August 1, 3-5 PM ET

HIE Policy Board Meeting - October 24, 3-5 PM ET

Past Board Meetings – 2018

HIE Policy Board Meeting – September 2018

HIE Policy Board Meeting – July 2018

HIE Policy Board Meeting – April 2018

HIE Policy Board Meeting - Thursday, January 25, 3-5 PM ET


Board Meeting Archives 


The Board develops subcommittees, consisting of Board members and public stakeholders, to advise the Board on recommendations governing health information exchange in the District. Currently, the Board has three subcommittees: HIE Operations, Compliance, and Efficiency, Stakeholder Engagement, and Policy.