HealthcareInfoSecurity.com Week in Review for Friday, Jan. 14, 2011

This week's top news: An in-depth analysis of a presidential council's report that calls for a universal exchange language for electronic health records. Here's what you'll find in our review of some of HealthcareInfoSecurity.com's most compelling content from the past week:

  • A presidential council's proposal for a universal health language to make electronic health records interoperable is criticized as unrealistic.
  • Comments will be accepted on the council's report on electronic health record interoperability through Jan. 19.
  • Joyce Sensmeier of HIMSS says the council's report oversimplifies the issues involved in securely exchanging information in electronic health records.

Please listen to this roundup and check out all of the week's news and views at HealthcareInfoSecurity.com.




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