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Markle releases new resources for health information sharing implementation
Date:5/9/2012

NEW YORK Markle Connecting for Health today released a wide-ranging compendium of resources designed to further support the interoperable, private, and secure sharing of health information.

The Markle Connecting for Health Common Framework Policies in Practice for Health Information Sharingor Polices in Practiceaddress current critical implementation issues for electronic health information sharing, including informed individual consent, governance, individual access, and procurement. A diverse group of leaders with expertise in health information sharing, technology, privacy, and consumer engagement developed these Policies in Practice resources through a collaborative effort.

Markle President Zo Baird Budinger explains, "The Markle Connecting for Health collaborative produced these resources to address some of the key issues and concerns that we have heard expressed by those implementing health information sharing efforts at the local, state and regional levels. We hope this supplement to our 2006 Markle Common Framework helps guide such efforts to foster the secure and trusted sharing of health information."

Markle Connecting for Health is a public-private collaborative whose goal is to improve people's health and advance the quality of health care in the United States through innovations in information technology.

The Policies in Practice resources further specify the Markle Connecting for Health Common Framework for Private and Secure Health Information Exchange (Markle Common Framework), published in 2006. The Markle Common Framework offers a set of policy and technology guides based on Fair Information Practice Principles, which, when taken together, offer a comprehensive framework to support trusted health information sharing.

Ted Kremer, Executive Director, Rochester RHIO, and committee member involved in the development process says, "The foundational aspects of the Markle Common Framework were instrumental
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