SPOTLIGHT: New Hampshire EMR privacy rule struck down

This week, the New Hampshire House rejected a measure that would have added new privacy protections to EMRs. The bill, which was opposed by providers and hospitals, would have allowed patients to block access to their EMRs and see who has viewed their records. Report

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