Leveraging Health Information Technology (HIT) Policy to Eliminate Health Disparities

Toward Health Recovery and Integrated Vital Engagement (THRIVE)

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The TCC HIT Policy project uses shared learning to enhance academic-community partnerships by leveraging Health Information Technology (HIT) to develop, inform and implement public policies impacting health disparities relative to healthcare quality improvement, including insurance reforms, delivery and payment system reforms, health promotion and disease prevention, appropriate data collection and reporting, and comparative effectiveness research, based on the health equity agenda of the Affordable Care Act.

Specific Aims

  1. Policy Analysis: Identify and analyze HIT policies that impact the implementation and utilization of HIT in high disparity communities in GA and HHS Region IV
  2. Coalition Building: Build a collaborative region-wide coalition of community-level health stakeholders, to evaluate state and federal policies that positively affect HIT implementation in these communities


TCC HIT Policy Priority Areas

HIT Policy Spotlight

Investigators and Project Staff

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Dominic Mack, MD, MBA
Principal Investigator
Associate Professor, Family Medicine
Director, National Center for Primary Care
Phone: 404-756-8960
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Daniel Dawes, JD
TCC Health Policy Director,
Executive Director, Government Relations, Policy, & External Affairs Office of the President and Dean
Phone: 404-752-1833
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Megan Douglas, JD
Associate Project Director
National Center for Primary Care (NCPC)
Phone: 404-756-5275