Tag Archive: Security

by John Moore | April 10, 2008

Privacy Problem Not Limited to PHR Vendors

While there has been plenty of press on privacy and security as it relates to PHR vendors, especially now that […]

by John Moore | March 20, 2008

Health Record Security – What’s on your laptop?

There is a tremendous amount of press with associated pundits pontificating on the issue of security and privacy of electronic […]

by John Moore | February 05, 2008

Data Liquidity not Always a Good Thing

Data liquidity is not always such a good thing, particularly if you live in New Jersey. Last week it was […]

by John Moore | December 18, 2007

LA Times: Decent Article on PHRs

While cringing at most news articles I read in the popular press that address PHRs, the LA Times published a […]

by John Moore | October 21, 2007

Microsoft Joins Others to Rachet-up Privacy Campaign

Over on the WSJ Health blog there is a quick posting on how Microsoft joined with some 40 plus organizations […]

by John Moore | October 17, 2007

Indivo Health: Further Details on Dossia Agreement

Had the opportunity last week to get an update from Will Crawford and Ken Mandl of the Children’s Hospital Informatics […]

by John Moore | October 15, 2007

Digging Into Microsoft’s HealthVault: Part Two (b) – The Experience

Have you ever come home from a strenuous work-out famished and can find nothing in the cupboards or the refrigerator […]

by John Moore | October 12, 2007

Digging Into Microsoft’s HealthVault: Part Two (a) – The Platform

I came into this review with very high hopes, hopes that Microsoft, with its vast resources and market clout, would […]

by John Moore | October 02, 2007

AHIMA to Further Promote PHR

The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), a professional organization of over 50,000 members, will announce at its annual conference […]

by John Moore | September 21, 2007

Health 2.0 Looks Like a HIT

Yesterday’s Health 2.0 Conference exceeded the expectations of its organizers, founders of The Health Care Blog (THCB). They’ve put together […]

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