Every 3rd Thursday of the month, we will be holding a Science Policy in the Afternoon Talk (SPAT) which is an informal discussion on relevant and timely science and technology policy topics. Dr. Friedman will be speaking about the federal program to stimulate "meaningful use" of health information technology through the HITECH act which was embedded in the Recovery Act of 2009. The government is expected to invest as much as $30 Billion in this program. Dr.
Panelists: Martha Darling Commission on Presidential Scholars; Class of 1977-1978 White House Fellow Annie Maxwell Ford School MPP '99; Class of 2009–2010 White House Fellow Regent Katherine E. White U-M Board of Regents; Class of 2001-2002 White House Fellow Founded in 1964, the White House Fellows program is one of America's most prestigious programs for leadership and public service.