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Feds Seek To Educate Patients On Info Sharing
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Alex Kane Rudansky
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9/20/2013 | 5:01:42 PM
re: Feds Seek To Educate Patients On Info Sharing
Does this have any connection to Blue Button? (http://www.healthit.gov/bluebu...
David F. Carr
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9/18/2013 | 3:03:17 PM
re: Feds Seek To Educate Patients On Info Sharing
So you think this is all a fantasy?
David F. Carr
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9/18/2013 | 3:00:04 PM
re: Feds Seek To Educate Patients On Info Sharing
I certainly wondered how many patients will take the time to view all the videos. Could be a way to kill time in the waiting room I guess. Also interesting that the HHS team thought it needed to construct a whole specialized content management system for this purpose.
MedicalQuack
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9/18/2013 | 3:12:55 AM
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This is going to be fun as HHS, even at the top of the helm thinks software solves everything and plus not only that is they are not very good role models and the attitude of "its for those guys over there" permeates but I have saying that and posting on my blog about it here and there and they don't care:)

Should we go back to doctors telling patients about getting a PHR too? Unless it is in a closed network not owned by an insurance company like Kaiser then they don't do it. Once upon a time and it was like pulling teeth I finally on Twitter got a couple of them to admit which PHR these use and so from there I just the rest don't use one and talk about it all the time as one thing I have found when folks don't want to reach out and help they usually themselves are "non participants" in the technology, hasn't failed me yet:)

I understand what the process here is for meaningful use and patients are losing their patience if you will. They know HIPAA is out there but then ask why does Walgreens or CVS share my prescription data, and then they get the answer and say why is it not covered by HIPAA so roll this in here too and sure it's hard. If they happen to roll over to my blog too then they know almost all the consumer devices are selling their data as well as the insurers so add this in on consent..it's a tough one but software won't solve it completely..human element called education on what they are signing needed...reading it is not enough in view of what else I outlined.

Back when I was developing stepping out in to the real world was something I learned as well as my perception and those of end users could be very different and after a couple knocks, with real life patients and not a survey, it kicked in so I realized too that I needed to be that role model as well and talk with people as they function and perceive in real life...took kit...well good luck:)


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