The Consortium for State and Regional Interoperability (CSRI) is a collection of the nation’s largest and most robust nonprofit health data networks. Collectively, our nonprofit organizations connect over 80 million records for patients across several states and provide a wide range of services to health care organizations.
To drive the improvement of individual and population health nationally through interoperable health data networks. CSRI supports the health data utility, a public-private resource that provides a source of truth for robust clinical and non-clinical data, which can be leveraged by state and other health care system stakeholders to achieve healthier communities.
CSRI Board of Directors
Serving on CSRI’s board of directors are leaders at the nation’s largest and most robust nonprofit health data networks. They have served in the federal government, academia, hospital leadership, patient-facing clinical roles, and as advisors to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
Our board members include: