Tag Archive: HIPAA

by John Moore | March 27, 2009

Blumenthal’s Views = Lock-down on HIT Innovation?

Prof. David Blumenthal, the new head of ONC, makes some disturbing comments regarding the Stimulus Bill, HIT and HITECH Act  […]

by John Moore | March 25, 2009

Hot Days and Deep Bowls

Got back late last night after a relaxing (at least mentally) trip out West, first to give a Keynote presentation […]

by John Moore | August 27, 2008

Shrinking Boundaries of Privacy

What happens when the grown child of an ill-legal immigrant (she has been in the US since toddler stage) goes […]

by John Moore | July 18, 2008

Slap on Wrist for Privacy Violation

While there has been no lack of security breaches in the healthcare sector, despite what many claim as the Holy […]

by John Moore | May 05, 2008

Why Extending HIPAA to PHRs is NOT a Good Idea

There has been a lot of talk about extending current HIPAA regulations to address non-covered entities, particularly PHR vendors. Many (and […]

by John Moore | October 03, 2007

Study Finds HIPAA Hinders Research Efforts

Earlier today, I commented on Eli Lilly’s CEO request for greater adoption of HIT and subsequent sharing of aggregate, anonymous […]

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