EHR plan could improve patient privacy, but some doubtful

03/7/2007 | Government Health IT magazine

A plan by the Nationwide Health Information Network to allow patients to control who sees their electronic health records on the network could be a tremendous step toward improving patient privacy, said Dr. Robert Kolodner, interim national coordinator of health information technology. But at least one expert says he doubts if the plan would make a difference.

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