Membership FAQ > Membership questions > What kinds of organizations are joining Open Health Tools?

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  • Individuals who want access to their health information when and where they want it in a secure and private way.
  • A community of National, Regional & Local Health Services Providers, who recognize that a common interoperable platform and exemplary tools for medical records is essential to meet the needs of patients, physicians, providers, payers as well as policy makers.
  • A community of health professionals, who collaborate in providing the requirements for technology and interoperable information systems to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of human health and well-being.
  • A community of Open Standards Organizations, who collaborate to provide standards and specifications for health interoperability.
  • A community of Open Source Developers, focused on developing a Health Information Platform of frameworks, exemplary tools and reference applications.
  • A community of vendors, who utilize the Open Health Technology to create wealth, increase profit and market share, while providing expertise and assets to the community. (Open Health Tools is a vendor neutral and vendor friendly environment.)
  • A community of academic and researchers, who bring their experiences, research, ideas and wisdom to provide innovation and evaluation of health information to improve the health and well-being of people.

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