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- Jane Horowitz Chief Operating Officer, National Alliance for Health Information Technology
- Melissa Goldstein Associate Research Professor in the Department of Health Policy and the Department of Clinical Management and Leadership, George Washington University
- Deven McGraw Director of the Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy and Technology
- Margaret Semancik Director of Clinical Information Systems, Lifebridge Health
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