Mr. Ahmed Haque is a Project Officer for the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) at the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). He is responsible for the implementation of the ARRA, HITECH Act, and ACA, including provider adoption of Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records (EHR), and aligning health IT to Accountable Care, Primary Care Transformation, and State-level initiatives to accelerate the development and testing of new payment and service delivery models.
Prior to his appointment to HHS/ONC, Mr. Haque was with the National Quality Forum (NQF). He was NQF’s program designer and subject matter expert for Technical Assistance and Outreach related to Electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eMeasures) and other health informatics standards.
Preceding NQF, Mr. Haque was with the American Hospital Association (AHA) where he was the subject matter expert on Health IT. At the AHA, his tenure centered on health services research related to healthcare policy, translational research focused on Health IT, and program designer for Web, data warehousing, and social media.
Prior to his tenure at the AHA, Mr. Haque was Principal and Managing Director of Reviving Styles, an IT start-up firm that he founded. Reviving Styles was a web development and digital strategy agency focused on helping healthcare organizations and physician groups use cloud computing to manage their online presence and establish relationships with patients and professional audiences.