Federal group wrestles with patient consent for data access

08/6/2010 | Government Health IT magazine

HHS' tiger team on Tuesday considered ways to enable patients to decide whether to allow data access when it involves their sensitive health information. The panel proposed developing models to test whether giving patients control over their consent preferences is feasible. "We want to honor patient preferences from the policy perspective and determine if technology supports it," the panel's chairman said.

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