Research program aims to advance security in health IT

04/8/2010 | Healthcare IT News

As part of the $15 million grant recently announced by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, a team of researchers is set to develop technology designed to address security roadblocks in health IT use and gain the confidence of patients and providers. Called Strategic Healthcare Information Technology Advanced Research Projects on Security, or SHARPS, the program will center on three key health IT settings -- electronic health records, telemedicine and health information exchange.

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