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The challenges of maintaining patient privacy and delivering secure clinical information

UW Hospitals and Clinics officers discuss security challenges

MADISON The white board in the middle of the emergency room that lists each patient and their condition is a familiar scene in many hospitals. But is it a violation of patient privacy?

Balancing the best interest of the patient but still providing information to the many care givers that require it was the topi......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Kristin V. Johnson 06/24/04


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