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Federal advisor to HHS describes the national information infrastructure

MADISON In a speech given April 27, President Bush proclaimed that health care in America is in desperate need of aid, citing a 21st century health care system [which] uses a 19th century paperwork system. While this seems to be a grim statement, Dr. William Yasnoff , a physician and computer scientist who serves as senior advisor for the Na......

Full article >>> e from other servers and serve as the building blocks for NHII. Once brought together, EHRs are then able to connect on many levels for personal, public, clinical and research applications.

Yasnoff drew a comparison between NHII and the telephone network, pointing out that for a system to work it must be connected on the same levels. There are standards to set up which all units must con......

Full article >>> the info-free zone, Yasnoff said. You dont have to give up data in order to provide it where it is needed.

This access however can also prove to be an obstacle to the system, with one of the top concerns being the issue of privacy. In addition to its complexity and fragmentation, medical knowledge is often highly confidential and some users may be deterred by the possibility of their dat......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 06/24/04


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