Physicians, in most cases, should be responsible for educating patients about health information exchange and obtaining “meaningful choice”--a decision on consent--from the patient, according to recent guidance from the Office of the National Coordinator for HIT.

“Meaningful choice ensures patients understand how and with whom their provider can share their information and the impact of their choices,” notes the guidance on the ONC blog site.

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