By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer The steady growth of coordinated care models and value-based reimbursements are dependent on exchanging a lot of consumer health information – payers want better management of health care spending; provider organizations need to “plug in” to be effective, and clinical professionals want data for better decision making.  All of this relies on “big data” and analytics – which in turn is dependent on access to detailed data on consumer health status. Most of these activities are covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). But a question remains, which could throw a wrench in this “data nirvana” scenario. Should consumers have "granular” control of their personal health records? By granular,…
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