Privacy Group Comments on ONC’s Patient Data Matching Report

December 23, 2013 – “At an Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT meeting last week, advocacy group Patient Privacy Rights said that initial findings from an ONC report on how to match patients with their health data addressed problems with current health IT systems and data exchanges but missed an opportunity to create and leverage patient engagement in controlling their own health data, Health Data Management reports (Goedert, Health Data Management, 12/20).”

To view PPR’s comments and a copy of the full article, please visit: Privacy Group Comments on ONC’s Patient Data Matching Report

Pairing patient privacy with health big data analytics

“Health privacy and security are often mentioned in tandem, but Deborah Peel, Founder and Chair of Patient Privacy Rights and Adrian Gropper, Chief Technology Officer of Patient Privacy Rights, took a different view in a recent Institute for Health Technology Transformation (iHT2) webcast.”

“The presentation, titled “Competing for Patient Trust and Data Privacy in the Age of Big Data” detailed a few of the nuances between patient data privacy and security and why privacy is so significant as healthcare organizations pull together huge data sets for health information exchange (HIE) and accountable care.”

To view the full article, please visit: Pairing patient privacy with health big data analytics

The webcast can be viewed at: Competing for Patient Trust and Data Privacy in the Age of Big Data Webinar