Application programming interfaces, a key technology component expected to give consumers access to healthcare information from electronic health records, also could carry some privacy and health or safety risks, especially in the early stages of use of the technology.

A recent series of draft recommendations by a task force of a federal advisory committee is receiving some criticism because it does not address liability protection for vendors and should provide more guidance to consumers about their rights and responsibilities in data access.

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