"Hold harmless" clauses in health information technology contracts that absolve vendors of errors or defects in their software are unethical, according to a position paper of the American Medical Informatics Association.
The association ends the paper with a belief that government regulation of health I.T. applications may be necessary, although it does not yet call for regulation.
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