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Interview: Dr. William Yasnoff on health records, part 2

For this special issue of Wisconsin Technology Network, we asked William Yasnoff, founder of the eHealthTrust initiative, why his system can foster the adoption of electronic health records that today are fractured and limited.

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Yasnoff: That's a good question. Let me frame this a little bit in terms of what problems you have to solve in order to create an eHealthTrust. First, you have to have all the information in one place. The information has to be electronic. So you have to have incentives, and we talked about that.

Second, you have to have a place where you can go to get the information, ......

Full article >>> l their own information. The second is, you have to have a trusted organization, because we're talking about essentially creating a repository in the community of everyone's medical record. Well, this is a pretty scary thing. So the question is, what institution can be trusted with such a valuable and potentially damaging resource. The best way available at the moment to do that is to create a com......

Full article >>> ave access to the records from anywhere. If it is penetrated, the worst that happens is one record is lost. You wouldn't be able to penetrate the system over and over again, because that pattern of use would be detected and you would be cut off.

The other thing you do, a standard technique in the computer security community, is you set up what's called a honeypot server. You set up a dupl......

Full article >>> d has actually been proposed by the EHR vendors' association, and everyone will be asked to comply with that standard. And in fact, EHR systems will all be equipped to send information using that standard.

Even within that standard, there are many things that are text, and not easily processed. A good example is chief complaint. No one has developed a methodology, to date, to standardize ......

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