Federal privacy group recommends HIE encryption

05/26/2010 | Government Health IT magazine

A Health IT Policy Committee work group is proposing to require providers to encrypt patient data, even in a direct health information exchange. Strong security policies, such as encryption requirements, would eliminate the need for "any additional individual consent beyond what is already required by current law," a panel co-chairman said.

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