Topic: Personal health record
The Calfornia system agreed to the multi-million dollars settlement following claims that it failed to implement basic security protocols.
Lucia Savage details her struggles to get a copy of her medical records and says her experience shows how federal laws don't always work as written.
It’s more important than ever that physicians carefully document a patient’s opioid use in the electronic health record. AHIMA offers some tips.
If accepted by the high court, the case could establish a precedent for future data breach litigation by deciding how to define harm.
EHR timestamp data are useful tools to measure workflow and productivity. Digital health experts want patients to own their health information.
Allowing vendors and providers to charge fees for managing health data will prompt a larger investment in interoperability, Niam Yaraghi says.
A new state law prohibits New York providers from charging a fee for medical records to low-income disabled residents applying for state benefits.
Mount Sinai St. Luke’s hospital was hit Friday with a $2.5 million lawsuit for negligently faxing a patient’s HIV diagnosis to his employer’s fax machine.
Malpractice, patient demands and profit motives are the main drivers of overtreatment, according to a survey of physicians.
A new partnership between CHIME and DirectTrust aims to put the Direct exchange framework in every hospital, insurer, pharmacy and lab in the U.S.