A Push for the Wired Patient’s Bill of Rights

Starting with a few dozen supporters, including health bloggers, individual physicians, startups and Microsoft, a group is seeking to firmly inject the rights of patients into the Obama administration’s multibillion-dollar drive to computerize medical records.

The group’s effort begins with a Web site, HealthDataRights.org, which goes live on Monday night. And it is a bottom-up endeavor to harness the power of social media to influence policy and practice as personal medical information begins a years-long journey from paper records into the Internet age.

Read more on The New York Times.  This article appeared on June 22 and the site is already live as of this posting.  Their blogroll is impressive.

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