As demand heats up for analyzing and sharing health data, many health I.T. professionals feel understandable apprehension about preserving the privacy of their organizations’ patients and staying within the demands of HIPAA. They may want to see a doctor about it: specifically, William Braithwaite, M.D., who oversaw the development of the HIPAA regulations in the 1990s while working as senior advisor on health information policy to the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
HIMSS attendees can pick the brain of Braithwaite, now an independent consultant, and Michael Nelson, vice president for strategy and business development at Equifax, during a roundtable discussion that will focus on how to exchange patient data securely while still using it to the fullest to improve care.
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