ALSO NOTED: HIT execs want data security standards; AT&T, Tennessee create health data exchange; and much more...

> A new survey concludes that HIT execs would like to see the industry adopt a uniform way for verifying healthcare data security. Article

> AT&T and the state of Tennessee have created the state's first health data exchange. Article

> New York plans to give some of its area physicians a push toward EMR use, by paying part of the cost of EMR adoption for physicians whose practice include 30 percent uninsured or Medicaid-eligible consumers. Article

> It's another victory for e-prescribing, however incremental. Aetna and Cigna have agreed to reimburse the physicians and dentists with upstart medical association the International Association of Dental and Medical Disciplines. Article

And Finally...  Here's a controversial view. This large health plan says EMRs could turn out to be a waste of money. Article

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