Most support health network - security a big concern
More than 70 percent of Americans are in support of a nationwide health-information exchange or network for doctors and patients, according to a recent survey by the Markle Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based foundation that encourages the use of technology in the areas of health care and national security. But ensuring patient privacy and security remains the top priority for any such network to ultimately be accepted by consumers.
By Cristina McEachern at Security Pipeline.
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