The Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative (MAeHC) has been a pioneer and national leader in health information technology for over 15 years and is winding down its operations in 2020. The organization was originally formed to improve the safety, quality, and cost-effectiveness of healthcare in Massachusetts and the surrounding region through the creation and promotion of health information technologies that allow hospitals, physicians, and other provider organizations to immediately access critical patient medical information. This non-profit organization has worked alongside organizations from across the healthcare continuum to support their meaningful adoption of technology. MAeHC has also played a major role in advising and leading various industry initiatives in interoperability, standards development, and health IT policy. “I couldn’t be prouder of what MAeHC has accomplished since its inception,” said Lawrence Garber, MD, Chairman of the Board of MAeHC. “As the company enters this final phase, we can look back at a job well done, with highlights that include making the first interoperable healthcare community in the country, as well as creating an effective and affordable analytics and event-notification infrastructure that helped improve the care of millions of patients around the country." NAHDO is pleased to recognize MAeHC's seminal role in extracting data from electronic health record systems and promoting the use of this data to improve quality and enhance efficiency.