Advisory Committee

Minnesota e-Health Initiative Advisory Committee

The Minnesota e-Health Initiative Advisory Committee is not currently active due to ongoing demands of the COVID-19 response. There is no set timeline for when the Committee will resume; we expect to post an update by June 2022.

All committee positions expired on June 30, 2021 and will need to be filled. They are currently open on the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State website.

The Minnesota e-Health Advisory Committee was established in 2004 under Minnesota Statute. Members and Designated Alternates to this statewide advisory committee with 25 representatives are made up of interested and affected stakeholders in health information technology (HIT) who are appointed by the Commissioner of Health. The Advisory Committee advises on policy and has convened workgroups to develop and implement a statewide plan for meeting Minnesota's 2015 Interoperable Electronic Health Record Mandate.

2020-21 Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee Charge (PDF)
Advisory Committee Member List (PDF)

There are currently no meetings scheduled for 2022.

** Meeting information will be added when available **

There are currently no meetings scheduled for 2022.

** Meeting information will be added when available **

2030 Planning Project

The Advisory Committee, with leadership from the 2030 Steering Team, developed recommendations to assure a more agile Initiative that can better lead, influence, anticipate, and respond to future challenges, opportunities, and uncertainties that are significant to e-health. The recommendations resulted from a 12-month project that included the steering team reviewing and synthesizing findings from a literature search, community input, and discussion with the advisory committee. The recommendations, process, and artifacts are summarized in the Minnesota e-Health 2030 Planning Project: Recommendations for Improvement Report (PDF).

Opioid and e-Health Recommendations

Governor Mark Dayton requested the Minnesota e-Health Advisory Committee provide a set of recommendations for e-health strategies to address the current epidemic of opioid abuse and overdose. The final recommendations were submitted in December 2017.

Final Opioid and e-Health Recommendations (December 2017) (PDF)
Governor Mark Dayton’s Letter Requesting e-Health Recommendations (August 2017) (PDF)

Updated Tuesday, 01-Mar-2022 09:29:48 CST