Pressure for privacy

Morrissey, John
March 1997
Modern Healthcare;03/10/97, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p6
Trade Publication
Looks at the need for improvement to the privacy protection of the United States healthcare industry. Amount of money spent on information technology by this industry; Comparison of money spent on privacy to that of information technology; Results from study on improving security of the healthcare industry; Cost of study; What initiated the study. INSET: Toward privacy of computerized records..


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