By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer How much control do consumers have over their own personal health care data? The answer to that question is a moving target, and the responses will be very different if you are replying ten years ago, today, or a year from now. When the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) outlined minimum data privacy and security provisions for consumer health information over two decades ago, it didn't give consumers much control over that data (see HIPAA: The Final Act and HIPAA, HIE & The Art Of Sharing Information). Historically, there has been many barriers to consumers accessing their data:…
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