A new white paper from George Washington University's Department of Health Policy examines whether, to what extent, and how patients should have the option to control the sharing of their health information in a health information exchange.

The paper, "Consumer Consent Options for Electronic Health Information Exchange: Policy Considerations and Analysis," is the first of a serious of privacy and security reports the university is doing under contract with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.

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