HIEs create privacy issues for providers

June 2010
Healthcare Risk Management;Jun2010, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p68
The article offers information on health information exchanges (HIEs) that provide secure electronic sharing of the health information of patients among public health authorities, caregivers, and health care in different areas and settings, however, according to senior research analyst Jared Rhoads, some of the patients are hesitant to share their health records because it may lead to unauthorized access to information.


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