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

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The Policies in Practice address the following areas:

  • Key Laws and Regulations: Changes Relevant to the Markle Common Framework. Highlights modifications to relevant privacy laws over the last five years and addresses them in the targeted policy areas of the Markle Common Framework.

  • Consent: Implementing the Individual Participation and Control Principle. Provides context for implementing the privacy principle of "Individual Participation and Control" and suggests ways for health information sharing efforts to establish their own policies and best practices.

  • Individual Access: Connecting Patients to Their Health Information. Identifies and specifies opportunities for addressing individual access and engagement in relation to health information sharing.

  • Governance of Health Information Sharing Efforts: Achieving Trust and Interoperability with Meaningful Consumer Participation. Identifies and specifies opportunities for addressing individual access and engagement in relation to health information sharing.

  • Policy Aware Procurement Strategies and Practices: Asking the Right Questions and Reaching the Right Answers. Details important elements to apply in technology procurement efforts, so that required policies are part of the acquisition and implementation of technology.


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