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Healthcare information integration and remote patient monitoring (Part 1 of 4)

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DrFPGA   11/5/2010 7:21:25 PM
The initial article is a great overview of the complexity involved in tracking and collecting patient data. One aspect I hope will be covered in later parts is the topic of data ownership. Can the patient control who gets to use the data? Can treatment be withheld if the patient doesn't want their data used for studies, trials and aggregation? Can data be accessed by insurance companies to determine risks? Many issues....

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