ALSO NOTED: Kentucky builds doctor portal; New standard pipes lab info to EMRs; and much more...

> CMS has given the state of Kentucky a $4.9 million grant to build a portal making patient information accessible to doctors. Article

> A new standard is emerging for piping laboratory information system results to EMRs. Article

> If you don't have a strong mobile security policy in place--one that embraces not only existing mobile devices but the new ones that come on board in waves--are you creating a low-profile HIPAA vulnerability?  Article

> Los Angeles-based medical group HealthCare Partners has deployed a wall-mounted computer system as part of its EMR implementation. Sounds interesting. Release

And Finally... Is health IT security within the U.K.'s National Health Service being "constantly subverted"? If so, how and by whom?  Blog

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