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Privacy, trust still the biggest barriers to electronic record sharing

Madison, Wis. - Is America rushing into the adoption of electronic medical records and patient data exchange without enough concern for data security?

The question has been raised on many fronts, including the Congress, where some bills seek to provide incentives to encourage the adoption of interactive personal health records, and others that raise privacy concerns are construed a......

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The risk (and benefit) of electronic medical records is in the ease of data transmission and the ease of access to records, Killoran said. With paper records, it may be easier to notice the inappropriate use by healthcare employees, but with the audit trails that are ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/23/07


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