HIMSS backs development of interoperable ePHRs

November 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;Nov2007 HIPAA Regulatory Alert, Vol. 29, p4
The article reports on the support of the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society (HIMMS) to the development of interoperable electronic personal health records (ePHR) that are interactive and use a common data set of electronic health information and electronic health tools.


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