SPOTLIGHT: Will national health database be secure?

Few FierceHealthIT readers would argue it will be challenging to secure a nationally-connected EMR network against intrusion by black-hat hackers and identity thieves. (Managing user authorization and adequately limiting access will be yet another headache, but that's a story for another day.) The thing is, while the technology and know-how may exist, federal regulators aren't taking these security threats seriously enough, some critics say. Article

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